ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY:
In 1882, southern California reported its greatest snowfall.
Fifteen inches blanketed San Bernardino, and a trace was reported
in San Diego.
In 1972, Chicago, Illinois, was buried under 20-point-7 inches
of snowfall in over the course of the day..
In 1990, a winter storm system blanketed southwest Utah in 18 to
24 inches of snowfall, while breaking records across the Central
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