On This Date in Weather History

By: Kristen Connolly
By: Kristen Connolly

In 1890, a tornado killed 78 people in Louisville, Kentucky.
Part of the problem was that the tornado struck Falls City Hall,
and made it one of the highest death tolls on record.
In 1950, a strong snowstorm dumped 60 inches of snow in Dumond,
South Dakota.
In 1987, the second in a series of blizzards struck eastern
Colorado and western Kansas. Snow drifts were reported to be as
high as 30 feet.

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