This day in weather history for November 25...

- In 1950...Extreme cold in the deep south. Birmingham AL had reading of 5 degrees. -1 on Sand Mountain and -2 at Valley Head AL. First time that sub zero readings had occurred in North Alabama in November. The bitter cold was accompanied by two inches of snow across North Alabama.

- In 1950...The famed Ohio State-Michigan game at Columbus was played in a heavy snowstorm. 9 inches of snow would be on the ground by early evening. Finding the yard markers and even the players sometimes was a chore. The poor field conditions resulted in 45 punts during the game.

- In 1996...Freezing rain fell causing ice accumulations of around one-quarter of an inch across the northern parts of Polk county MO to more than an inch in the southern part. Numerous power outages resulted due to downed power lines and trees.

 

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