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Drifts & Drifting, Snow on ground, Wintery, Snow, Daily weather diary, Cold, May Weather Events
Asset ID: 5420
|Title: Weather Diary 2 May 1899|
Concept: Late season snowstorms can be very heavy.
Detail: Spring snows can be heavy, wet and of surprising magnitude.
Havre, MT accumulated an impressive 34 inches of snow in a three day
storm, on which 25 inches fell within a 24 hour period. This would be, a
record snowfall in most cities in the United States any month of the year,
not to mention May. In 1964, on the same date, up to 11 inches of snow
fell at Helena, MT. In the "never a dull moment department" two
weeks later their thermometers sizzled at 99°.