February 10, 1871 – Most of the weather records I reference these days start here. It’s the first day of official Weather Bureau records for Indy. There wasn’t any precipitation, and the high was 28. The low? They didn’t start recording it until the beginning of March. Can’t say I blame them.
February 10, 1973 – As the South braces for more wintry weather this week, a reminder of a major snowstorm that produced as much as 18 inches in Georgia and up to two feet of snow in South Carolina.
February 10, 1990 – Of course severe weather can also start churning by now in the South, and on this day there were a total of twenty-nine tornadoes in twenty-nine hours, and 245 reports of large hail or damaging winds.
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