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The Question Box: How Does the Snowfall of Monday Compare with Other Big Snows in Kansas City?
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TitleThe Question Box: How Does the Snowfall of Monday Compare with Other Big Snows in Kansas City?
NotesAccording to records kept by The Star's library, the snowfall of Monday totaling seven inches rates seventh in depth in the last fifty-eight years. The other falls of record proportions are: [1] March 23-24, 1912. ..25.0 inches; [2] February 11-12, 1894. ..15.8 inches; [3] January 8-9, 1930. ..13.7 inches; [4] December 23-24, 1918. ..12.2 inches; [5] November 29, 1923. ..9.1 inches; and January 18, 1949. ..8.5 inches. According to a local history index card, January 21, 1958, produced 15 inches of snow.
DateMarch/5/1952
SourceKansas City Times
LocationMicrofilm
Local SubjectSnow
Climate
Weather
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID101595
CONTENTdm number21918
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