Memorable Snowfall Hits Deep South, Skirts Big Cities
Posted: 1:48 PM EST on February 26, 2015
A quick-moving snowstorm zipped from northeast Texas to southern Virginia in little more than 24 hours, leaving some parts of the Deep South with more snow than they’ve seen in decades. The transition snow between snow and little-to-no snow happened to fall across or near some of the largest cities of the South, which led to tough forecast challenges,
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The Buffalo Creek flood occurred on this date in 1972 in West Virginia, killing 125 people. Two coal slag dams on the Middle Fork river burst due to the additional weight of three days of rain and six inches of recent snowfall, sending a 50-foot wall of water downstream. Nearly 4,000 people were left homeless.
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