This Day In Weather History

Weather History for Friday, February 27th, 2015:
In 1987, a storm system spread heavy snow across the Northern Plains while monstrous severe thunderstorms tore through parts of the Southern Plains. Snowfalls reached around one and half feet in Sydney, Nebraska, while baseball sized hail bombed Stringtown and Atoka, Oklahoma.


In 1969, a record setting snowstorm in Maine finally ended but not until 2 to 4 feet of snow buried most of the state. The event was highlighted by phenomenal 4.5 to 5 foot accumulations that overwhelmed West Forks!

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