AccuWeather History

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October 11, 1836 New York State: (Oct. 11 and 12) Snow fell in NY for the 3rd straight Wednesday. Greatest amount fell in Hamilton, NY (site of Colgate Univ.) 35 inches measured there. Oxford, NY had 12 inches. Utica reported 4 feet, but this has not been confirmed.
October 11, 1990 Florida Gulf Coast: Weakening Tropical Storm Marco spawns a tornado at Lake City, FL. Mobile homes were flipped over and 3 persons were thrown into a nearby lake. A total of 5.80 inches of rain fell at Bordenton, FL, in 24 hours. A total of 5 inches of rain and 80-mph winds hit at Sarasota.
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