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March 1, 1910 
The deadliest avalanche of record in the U.S. thundered down the mountains near Wellington Station WA sweeping three huge locomotive train engines and some passenger cars, snowbound on the grade leading to Stevens Pass, over the side and into a canyon, and burying them under tons of snow. The avalanche claimed the lives of more than 100 people. The station house at Wellington was also swept away. (The Weather Channel) 

March 1, 1914 
High winds and heavy snow crippled New Jersey and New York State. Two feet of snow were reported at Ashbury Park, and at New York City the barometric pressure dropped to a record 28.38 inches. The storm caused complete disruption of electric power in New Jersey. (David Ludlum) 

March 1, 1960
  A severe ice storm hit the northern half of Georgia. A combination of freezing rain, sleet and snow accumulated from 1 to 4 inches. Damage occurred throughout the area with the heaviest damage in the mountain counties. Some towns and communities in the mountains were completely isolated as all electricity and telephone service went down. Hundreds of broiler houses collapsed under the weight of the ice. Thousands of acres of trees were either damaged or destroyed. The cold that followed created even further hardship as thousands of homes were without power and heat for 1 to 5 days. Three deaths in the Atlanta area resulted indirectly from the storm. (NWS Atlanta)


March 1, 1980 
Norfolk, VA, received 13.7 inches of snow to push their season total to a record 41.9 inches exceeding their previous record by more than four inches. (David Ludlum) 

March 1, 1980 
An unusually large Florida tornado, 500 yards in width at times, killed one person and caused six million dollars damage near Fort Lauderdale. (The Weather Channel) 

March 1, 1983 
A ferocious storm battered the Pacific coast. The storm produced heavy rain and gale force winds resulting in flooding and beach erosion, and in the mountains produced up to seven feet of snow in five days. (The Weather Channel) 

March 1, 1987 
A storm crossing the Great Lakes Region produced heavy snow and gale force winds from Wisconsin to northern New England, with eight inches of snow reported at Ironwood MI. (The National Weather Summary)

March 1, 1988 
Thunderstorms produced large hail and damaging winds in north central Texas. Baseball size hail was reported at Lake Kickapoo. Hail fell continuously for thirty minutes in the Iowa Park area of Wichita Falls. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

March 1, 1989 
March came in like a lion, with snow and high winds, in the northwestern U.S. Winds gusted to 86 mph in the Rosario Strait of western Washington State. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

March 1, 1990 
A series of low pressure systems moving out of the Gulf of Alaska spread high winds and heavy snow across western Alaska. Winds in the Anchorage area gusted to 69 mph at Glen Alps, and Talkeetna was buried under three feet of snow in two days. Valdez received 21.4 inches of snow, raising their total for the winter season to 482.4 inches. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

March 1, 2006 
Dallas/Forth Worth Airport breaks a 107-year-old North Texas temperature record after reaching 93 degrees. Mineral Wells reached 97, Wichita Falls 96 and Fort Worth Meacham Airport 90. 

March 1, 2007
A total of 14 tornadoes affecting 17 counties tracked across central Georgia during the late afternoon and evening hours of March 1
st. This was the third greatest number of tornadoes recorded to have occurred in the Peachtree City, Georgia forecast area within a 24-hour period. (NWS Atlanta)

March 1, 2011 
Snowfall across Idaho broke numerous accumulation records. Pierce received 15 inches, Powell 14.5 inches, Potlatch 12 inches and Kellogg and Plummer 7 inches. The same storm created high winds across the Pacific Northwest. A weather station at 10,000 feet on Mount Ranier measures a wind gust of 137 MPH with a sustained 1-minute wind reading of 112 MPH. 

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