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Weather on This Date - March 25

Weather on This Date - March 25

Today in Weather History for March 25  March 25, 1843  A second great snowstorm hit the northeastern U.S. The storm produced snow from Maine all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. Natchez MS received three inches of snow, and up to 15 inches buried eastern Tennessee. Coastal Maine received 204 inches of snow that winter. (David Ludlum)  March 25, 1914  Society Hill, SC, was buried under 18 inches of snow, establishing a state record. (Sandra and TI Richard Sanders - 1987)  March 25, 1934  A sprin
Weather on This Date - March 24

Weather on This Date - March 24

Today in Weather History for March 24  March 24, 1912  Residents of Kansas City began to dig out from a storm produced 25 inches of snow in 24 hours. The snowfall total was nearly twice that of any other storm of modern record in Kansas City before or since that time. A record 40 inches of snow fell during the month of March that year, and the total for the winter season of 67 inches was also a record. By late February of that year Kansas City had received just six inches of snow. Olathe KS rec
Weather on This Date - March 23

Weather on This Date - March 23

Today in Weather History for March 23  March 23, 1913  A vicious tornado hit the city of Omaha, NE. The tornado struck during the late afternoon on Easter Sunday, and in just twelve minutes cut a swath of total destruction five miles long and two blocks wide across the city killing 94 persons and causing 3.5 million dollars property damage. (David Ludlum)  March 23, 1916  Pocatello, ID, received a record 14.6 inches of snow in 24 hours. (The Weather Channel)  March 23, 1987  A blizzard raged
Weather on This Date - March 22

Weather on This Date - March 22

Today in Weather History for March 22  March 22, 1920  A spectacular display of the Northern Lights was visible as far south as Bradenton FL, El Paso TX, and Fresno CA. At Detroit MI, the display was described so brilliant as to blot out all stars below first magnitude. (22nd-23rd) (The Weather Channel)  March 22, 1936  A great flood crested on rivers from Ohio to Maine. The flood claimed 107 lives and caused 270 million dollars property damage. (David Ludlum)  March 22, 1954  Six to ten inch
Weather on This Date - March 21

Weather on This Date - March 21

Today in Weather History for March 21  March 21, 1932  A tornado swarm occurred in the Deep South. Between late afternoon and early the next morning severe thunderstorms spawned 31 tornadoes in Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Tennessee. The tornadoes killed 334 persons and injured 1784 others. Northern Alabama was hardest hit. Tornadoes in Alabama killed 286 persons and caused five million dollars damage. (David Ludlum)  March 21, 1952  Severe thunderstorms spawned thirty-one tornadoes acros
Weather on This Date - March 20 - Vernal Equinox

Weather on This Date - March 20 - Vernal Equinox

Today in Weather History for March 20  March 20, 1875 a massive tornado outbreak tore through the Southeast, with Georgia the hardest hit. Several of the tornadoes were of F-4 strength and overall took a total of 96 lives. (NWS Atlanta) March 20, 1924  A late winter storm in Oklahoma produced nearly a foot of snow at Oklahoma City and at Tulsa. (David Ludlum)  March 20, 1948  The city of Juneau received 31 inches of snow in 24 hours, a record for the Alaska capitol. (20th-21st) (David Ludlum)
ENSO State and Georgia Winters

ENSO State and Georgia Winters

The main focus on this article is not to make a winter forecast, but  to explore what effects El Nino's and teleconnections have on winter weather across the southeast. One of the main sources of data in this report comes from a weather friend of mine that I call "Brother Larry". Larry would prefer to remain anonymous, so from here on out you'll hear me refer to Larry as "Brother Larry". 🙂  Larry has a wealth of information about the weather history in Georgia, and I'll be using a lot of his fin
Weather on This Date - March 19

Weather on This Date - March 19

Today in Weather History for March 19  March 19, 1935  Suffocating dust storms occurred frequently in southeastern Colorado between the 12th and the 25th of the month. Six people died, and many livestock starved or suffocated. Up to six feet of dust covered the ground. Schools were closed, and many rural homes were deserted by tenants. (The Weather Channel)  March 19, 1950  Timberline Lodge reported 246 inches of snow on the ground, a record for the state of Oregon. (The Weather Channel)  Mar
Weather on This Date - March 18

Weather on This Date - March 18

Today in Weather History for March 18  March 18, 1925  The great Tri-State Tornado occurred, the most deadly tornado in U.S. history. The tornado claimed 695 lives (including 234 at Murphysboro IL and 148 at West Frankfort IL), and caused seventeen million dollars property damage. It cut a swath of destruction 219 miles long and as much as a mile wide from east central Missouri to southern Indiana between 1 PM and 4 PM. The tornado leveled a school in West Frankfort IL, and picked up sixteen st
Weather on This Date - March 17

Weather on This Date - March 17

My parents view looking over Sarasota Bay Today in Weather History for March 17  March 17, 1892  A winter storm in southwestern and central Tennessee produced 26 inches of snow at Riddleton, and 18.5 inches at Memphis. It was the deepest snow of record for those areas. (David Ludlum)  March 17, 1895 The mercury fell to a record low of 23°F for this date in Atlanta. (NWS Atlanta) March 17, 1906  The temperature at Snake River, WY, dipped to 50 degrees below zero, a record for the U.S. f
Weather on This Date - March 16

Weather on This Date - March 16

Today in Weather History for March 16  March 16, 1942  Two tornadoes, 24 minutes apart, struck Baldwin, MS, resulting in 65 deaths. (David Ludlum)  March 16, 1975  A single storm brought 119 inches of snow to Crater Lake, O,R establishing a state record. (The Weather Channel)  March 16, 1986  A small but rare tornado touched down perilously close to Disneyland in Anaheim CA. (Storm Data)  March 16, 1987  Softball size hail caused millions of dollars damage to automobiles at Del Rio TX. Three
Weather on This Date - March 15

Weather on This Date - March 15

March 15, 1941  The most severe blizzard in modern history struck North Dakota and Minnesota. The blizzard hit on a Saturday night while many are traveling, and thus claimed 71 lives. Winds gusted to 75 mph at Duluth MN, and reached 85 mph at Grand Forks ND. Snow drifts twelve feet high were reported in north central Minnesota. A cold front traveling 30 mph crossed Minnesota in just seven hours. (15th-16th) (David Ludlum) (The Weather Channel)  March 15, 1987  A winter storm in the western U.S.
Weather on This Date - March 14

Weather on This Date - March 14

March 14, 1870  The term blizzard was first applied to a storm which produced heavy snow and high winds in Minnesota and Iowa. (David Ludlum)  March 14, 1944  A single storm brought a record 21.6 inches of snow to Salt Lake City UT. (The Weather Channel)  March 14, 1960  Northern Georgia was between snowstorms. Gainesville GA received 17 inches of snow during the month, and reported at least a trace of snow on the ground 22 days in March. Snow was on roofs in Hartwell GA from the 2nd to the 29
Weather on This Date - March 13

Weather on This Date - March 13

1993 Storm of The Century March 13, 1907  A storm produced a record 5.22 inches of rain in 24 hours at Cincinnati, OH. (12th-13th) (The Weather Channel)  March 13, 1951  The state of Iowa experienced a record snowstorm. The storm buried Iowa City under 27 inches of snow. (David Ludlum)  March 13, 1977  Baltimore, MD, received an inch of rain in eight minutes. (Sandra and TI Richard Sanders - 1987)  March 13, 1987  A winter storm produced heavy snow in the Sierra Nevada Range of Californi
March 11-15 1993 Storm of The Century

March 11-15 1993 Storm of The Century

If you were around here back on this date in 1993, you were waking up to one of the greatest storms to ever hit the US, the Storm of The Century. I had never been in a storm like this, so it made for a surreal experience for me, and unfortunately, I took ZERO pictures of the storm itself. I had a heavily wooded back yard, and I remember looking out over the yard while the storm was at its peak. The skies were VERY dark, darker than a normal thunderstorm, I'm guessing because of all of the thick
Weather on This Date - March 12

Weather on This Date - March 12

Today in Weather History for March 12  March 12, 1888  A blizzard paralyzed southeastern New York State and western New England. The storm produced 58 inches of snow at Saratoga NY, and 50 inches at Middletown CT. The blizzard was followed by record cold temperatures, and the cold and snow claimed 400 lives. New York City received 20.9 inches of snow, Albany NY reported 46.7 inches. (David Ludlum) (The Weather Channel)  March 12, 1954  A blizzard raged from eastern Wyoming into the Black Hills
Weather on This Date - March 9

Weather on This Date - March 9

March 9, 1956  A whopping 367 inches of snow was measured on the ground at the Ranier Paradise Ranger Station in Washington. The snow depth was a state record and the second highest total of record for the continental U.S. (The Weather Channel)  March 9, 1960  A winter storm produced a narrow band of heavy snow from north central Kentucky into Virginia and the mountains of North Carolina. Snowfall amounts ranged from 12 to 24 inches, with drifts up to eleven feet high in western Virginia. (Davi
Weather on This Date - March 8

Weather on This Date - March 8

Today in Weather History for March 8  March 8, 1717  On Fishers Island in Long Island Sound, 1200 sheep were discovered to have been buried under a snow drift for four weeks. When finally uncovered, one hundred sheep were still alive. (The Weather Channel)  March 8, 1909  The town of Brinkley AR was struck by a tornado which killed 49 persons and caused 600,000 dollars damage. The tornado, which was two-thirds of a mile in width, destroyed 860 buildings. Entire families were killed as houses w
Weather on This Date - March 7

Weather on This Date - March 7

Today in Weather History for March 7  March 7, 1717  The Great Snow, a composite of four winter storms to hit the eastern U.S. in nine days, finally came to an end. Snow depths averaged 60 inches following the storm. Up to four feet of snow fell around Boston MA, and snow drifts 25 feet high were reported around Dorchester MA. (David Ludlum) (The Weather Channel)  March 7, 1932  A severe coastal storm set barometric pressure records from Virginia to New England. Block Island RI reported a baro
Weather on This Date - March 6

Weather on This Date - March 6

March 6, 1872  A cold wave hit the East coast sending the mercury plunging to 8 degrees below zero at Boston. It was the most severe March cold wave in modern history. (David Ludlum)  March 6, 1900  A Chinook wind blowing down the slopes of the Rockies through Havre MT raised the temperature 31 degrees in just three minutes. (The Weather Channel)  March 6, 1954  Florida received its greatest modern-day snowfall of record, with 4.0 inches at the Milton Experimental Station. Pensacola FL equalle
Weather on This Date - March 5

Weather on This Date - March 5

Snow on the peaks in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. View from Look Rock on March 5, 2019. March 5, 1960  Eastern Massachusetts greatest March snowstorm of record began to abate. The storm produced record 24 hour snowfall totals of 27.2 inches at Blue Hill Observatory, 17.7 inches at Worcester, and 16.6 inches at Boston. Winds gusted to 70 mph. (3rd-5th) (The Weather Channel)  March 5, 1962  A tremendous storm raged along the Atlantic coast. The great Atlantic storm caused more th
Weather on This Date - March 4

Weather on This Date - March 4

March 4, 1909  Though fair weather was forecast, President Taft was inaugurated amidst a furious storm. About ten inches of wet snow disrupted travel and communications. The storm drew much criticism against the U.S. Weather Bureau. (David Ludlum)  March 4, 1953  Snow was reported on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. (The Weather Channel)  March 4, 1966  A severe blizzard raged across Minnesota and North Dakota. The blizzard lasted four days producing up to 35 inches of snow, and wind gusting to 1
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