On Mar 23 in weather history...

1913 -- A tornado at Terre Haute, Indiana killed 21 people, did a million dollars damage, and demolished 300 houses. The Easter Sunday Tornado tore through Omaha, Nebraska at 6pm killing 94 people and doing $3.5 million damage.

1917 -- One of Indiana's deadliest tornadoes killed 45 people in New Albany, did $1.5 million in damage, and left 350 families homeless. A smaller tornado roared by Carlisle, Indiana and killed one person. A tornado touched down northeast of Swayzee, Indiana. Another twister moved from near Preble to just outside Monmouth, Indiana. Six students were hurt when the tornado hit a school.

1938 -- Albion had a high of 83°.

1990 -- Up to 8" of snow fell along the Ohio River in southern Indiana.

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