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On This Day In Weather History - March 24


1912   An additional nine inches of snow fell in the morning hours and residents of Kansas City began to dig out of from the heaviest snowstorm in Kansas City's recorded history, a two-day total of 25 inches. The monthly total rose to a record 40 inches, and the total for the winter season was the third record with 67 inches.


1957   Snow drifts piled up to 14 feet in the area around Amarillo, TX.

1975   In Atlanta, GA an F3 tornado hit the Governor's Mansion causing considerable damage. 3 people were killed and 152 were injured.