March 1, 1910 – Indianapolis recorded .02 inches of rain. And then there was only .05 inches the rest of the month. That made March 1910 the driest month on record for the city.
March 1, 1910 – A deadly avalanche struck in the mountains near Wellington Station WA, killing 100 people. The avalanche swept three locomotive train engines and some passenger cars into a canyon, and buried them under tons of snow.
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