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 6 March 1902 → In the eight days ending today, Kukaiau Hamakua, HI received 82 inches of rain.
 6 March 1916 → Over five days, Morden, Manitoba received 48 inches of snow.
 6 March 1977 → The highest recorded wind gust in the United Kingdom was 144 mph at the Cairngorm Weather Station in Scotland.

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March 3, 1994:

The melting of a very high snowpack resulted in flooding along the James river, as well as other lowlands and farmland. Widespread problems included damaged roads, washed out culverts, and flood damage to homes, especially basement flooding.


Record Highs: Record Lows:
Aberdeen: 73 (1905) Aberdeen: -15 (1916)
Kennebec: 79 (1974) Kennebec: -18 (1960)
Mobridge: 67 (2000) Mobridge: -22 (1916)
Pierre: 70 (2000) Pierre: -11 (1960)
Sisseton: 70 (1905) Sisseton: -10 (2002)
Timber Lake: 64 (2000) Timber Lake: -19 (1917)
Watertown: 65 (1894) Watertown: -20 (1916)
Wheaton: 64 (2000) Wheaton: -10 (1917)

Record Precipitation: Record Snowfall:
Aberdeen: 0.78" (1985) Aberdeen: 9.1" (1985)
Kennebec: 0.45" (1985) Kennebec: 8.0" (1989)
Mobridge: 0.85" (1966) Mobridge: 8.9" (1966)
Pierre: 0.67" (1997) Pierre: 6.7" (1997)
Sisseton: 1.09" (1977) Sisseton: 9.0" (1989)
Timber Lake: 0.80" (1966) Timber Lake: 10.0" (1966)
Watertown: 1.15" (1985) Watertown: 12.0" (1985)
Wheaton: 1.04" (1970) Wheaton: 15.0" (1951)


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