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Oklahoma City - More than a Year's Snowfall
in One Day


Also breaks daily snowfall record set in 1913
 

 

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2 Feb 11 - Oklahoma City averages 8.6 inches of snow each year, so the 11.8 inches of snow on the ground when Tuesday's blizzard finally came to an end was more than it usually receives in an entire year.

It also shattered the daily snowfall record of 5.5 inches set in 1913.

Tuesday's snow is also the most Oklahoma City has ever received on any day in the entire month of February. That record - 6.5 inches - was set on Feb. 7, 1986.

Even though this is only the second day of the month, this February is now the city's
third snowiest February on record. February 1913 and its 12.9 inches ranks first.

The 3.4 inches of snow in Abilene, Texas, broke Tuesday's snowfall record of 1.9 inches from 1985.

http://www.accuweather.com/blogs/news/story/45252/oklahoma-city-almost-a-monthly.asp
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link

 




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