On This Day In Weather History - March 11
Kansas City was blanketed with 6.5 inches of snow, and went on to the next day for a two-day total of 8.2 inches.
The morning temperature of 3 degrees below zero broke the old record by 17 degrees.
An unexpected blizzard dumped 4 feet of snow from New York to New England killing 400 people.
The deepest snow cover ever measured in the U.S. was 451 inches in Tamarack, CA.
An F5 tornado struck a part of Pinson, TN, killing 20 people.