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Weather Talk: Record single-storm snowfall in F-M was 24.5 inches in 1989

Published 02/11/2013, INFORUM

How much snow could we potentially get from a single snowstorm on the northern Plains? National single-storm snow records mostly come from mountainous regions or downwind from the Great Lakes, where local geography can contribute to ridiculous snowfalls of 5 feet or more.

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