March 9, 1956 – A whopping 367 inches of snow was measured on the ground at the Ranier Paradise Ranger Station in Washington. The snow depth was a state record and the second highest total of record for the continental U.S.
March 9, 1960 – Winter storms dumps heavy snow from mountains of North Carolina into Kentucky and Virginia. Snowfall amounts ranged as high as 24 inches and drifts piled up to 11 feet in western Virginia. 22 inches at Morristown TN and 18 inches at Bowling Green KY, both state records for snowfall in 24 hours. 10 inches fell in Georgia.
March 9, 1994 – Southern Indiana received up to nine inches of snow. A major winter storm moved across Arkansas and into the Ohio Valley dumping heavy snow over most of southern Missouri. Four to six inches of snow fell from Joplin to south of St. Louis, much heavier snow fell from the Branson area towards Cape Giardeau ranging from 8 to 19 inches. Many older roofs on barns and homes collapsed due to the weight of the snow. Numerous boat docks collapsed in the Branson area damaging several houseboats and broken tree limbs caused widespread power outages.
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