5 years ago we got hit with a Huge Snow Storm

posted by Big Mark Clark - 

5 years ago SE Minnesota suffered the worst May snow storm in history.  Here is a report from the National Weather Service recapping that day:

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND THE MINNESOTA STATE CLIMATOLOGY OFFICE JUST RECENTLY CONFIRMED THAT THE SNOWFALL MEASURED AT DODGE CENTER MINNESOTA /DODGE COUNTY/ IN EARLY MAY OF 2013 ESTABLISHED A 1-DAY AND 2-DAY MAY SNOWFALL RECORD. 

THEY ALSO CONFIRMED THAT THE COCORAHS OBSERVER NEAR ELLENDALE /0.3 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ELLENDALE/ IN STEELE COUNTY ESTABLISHED THE 3-DAY MAY SNOWFALL RECORD DURING THIS SAME SNOW STORM.

ON MAY 2ND...THE DODGE CENTER COOPERATIVE OBSERVER RECORDED 15.4 INCHES OF SNOW. THIS ESTABLISHES A NEW MINNESOTA STATE RECORD FOR 1-DAY MAY SNOWFALL. 


FROM MAY 2ND INTO MAY 3RD...THE DODGE CENTER COOPERATIVE OBSERVER RECORDED 17.2 INCHES OF SNOW.  

THIS ESTABLISHES A NEW MINNESOTA STATE RECORD FOR 2-DAY MAY SNOWFALL. 


FROM MAY 2ND INTO MAY 4TH...THE ELLENDALE COCORAHS OBSERVER RECORDED 17.3 INCHES OF SNOW.  THIS ESTABLISHES A NEW MINNESOTA STATE RECORD FOR 3-DAY MAY SNOWFALL. THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 12 INCHES AT WINDOM /MAY 8 1938/ AND LEONARD /MAY 3 1954/.

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