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Encyclopedia > August 19th

August 19 is the 231st day of the year (232nd in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar. There are 134 days remaining.



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Atlanta Weather Records - August '99 (448 words)
August 5th - 19th, 15 consecutive days with maximum temperatures 90 degrees or higher is the latest occurrence of 10 or more consecutive days with maximum temperatures 90 degrees or higher since 14 consecutive days July 20th - August 2nd, 1999.
August 5th - 19th, 15 consecutive days with maximum temperatures 90 degrees or higher is the latest occurrence of 15 or more consecutive days with maximum temperatures 90 degrees or higher since 21 consecutive days July 7th - July 27th, 1995.
On the 19th, 98 degrees became the latest occurrence of maximum temperature 98 degrees or higher since 98 degrees on August 18, 1999.
August 19th - August 24th 1940 (8177 words)
Since August 18th, things generally were relatively quiet, the lull of the last five days had allowed both sides to regroup and re-establish themselves.
August 24th was to be the start of a campaign of sustained bombing, sending over the Channel more aircraft that the RAF could cope with.
This attack on the August 24th 1940, was this another blunder by the Luftwaffe bombers.
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