Today's Weather Trivia
Today's Date is Wednesday March 4, 2015...n ON... Mar 4, 1948 Heavy snow blanketed western Kansas. As much as 20 inches of snow was on the ground at Hays. Twelve inches of snow was common across the area. Dodge City had 18 inches on the ground, while Garden City had 14. IN 1966...A severe blizzard raged across Minnesota and North Dakota. The blizzard lasted four days producing up to 35 inches of snow, and wind gusting to 100 mph produced snow drifts 30 to 40 feet high. Bismark ND reported zero visibility for 11 hours. Traffic was paralyzed for three days.
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