Category: Met 101/Weather History

New Year’s Eve 1963 Snowstorm in the South

New Year’s Eve 1963 Snowstorm in the South

| December 28, 2017 @ 8:48 am

The New Year’s Eve Snowstorm of 1963 dumped 8 inches of snow on Birmingham officially and a state record 19.2 inches at Florence. It also impacted the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, where Alabama was playing Ole Miss.

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December 2010: A Very Busy Month For Tornadoes Across The U.S.

December 2010: A Very Busy Month For Tornadoes Across The U.S.

| December 14, 2017 @ 10:17 am

December 2010 was a very active month for severe weather across the country, with a total of 59 tornadoes touching down throughout the month.

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Weather By The Numbers: December Snow Edition

Weather By The Numbers: December Snow Edition

| December 9, 2017 @ 12:19 pm

We had quite the spread of snowfall amounts from Friday’s snow event, one in which overperformed what everyone was expecting.

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