Early Snowfall In Columbia Shatters 107 Year Old Mid-Missouri Winter Record

Local News Tuesday, October 27th, 2020

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A 107-year-old weather record was shattered yesterday for Mid-Missouri.

The city of Columbia received 0.4 inches of snowfall Monday, making it the most snowfall seen since 1913.

The earliest that the region has seen snowfall was set on October 23rd in 1917, when 0.2 inches was recorded.

Local News Tuesday, October 27th, 2020

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