This Day In Weather History

Weather History for Monday, March 30th, 2015:
In 1938, a violent F4 tornado cut a 45 mile long, 300 yard wide path from North Central Craig County Oklahoma, across extreme Southeast Labette County, to Northeast Cherokee County. The twister destroyed three schools around Chetopa and caused significant damage in Columbus. The tornado killed 10, injured 200, and caused around $600,000 damage.

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