In 1913, an Easter Sunday tornado killed 94 people in Omaha,
Nebraska. The tornado cut a five mile path across the city,
destroying 600 homes in the process.
In 1916, 14.6 inches of snow fell in Pocatello, Idaho. This
established a new daily snowfall record for the city.
In 1987, a blizzard impacted the central and southern Plains. 21
inches of snow fell in Pampa, Texas. Winds gusted to 78 mph in
Dodge City, Kansas and Altus, Oklahoma. 46 counties in Kansas were
declared a disaster area. This blizzard was recognized as the worst
blizzard in 30 years in Kansas.