This Day In Weather History
Weather History for Tuesday, December 10th, 2013:
In 1977, the eastern two thirds of Iowa received between 5 and 12 inches of snow. Bitterly cold temperatures around 10 below zero combined with winds around 50 mph to produce wind chills around 70 below zero and drifts that reached 10 feet. The strong winds also broke power lines which shut off heat and water for some residents.