SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3RD, 2020.-
🖊 WEATHER HISTORY 📸 vintag.es
ARMISTICE DAY BLIZZARD
Another storm located in the Midwest, the Armistice Day Blizzard brought about snow, but also wind gusts that would definitely send a chill up your spine. Encompassing Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Nebraska, and South Dakota, the storm brought up to 27 inches of snow to some locations, accompanied by 80mph winds and 20ft. snow drifts. As if the winds weren’t enough, temperatures were said to drop a sharp 50 degrees.
Because mid-November is known as duck hunting season for many, 25 hunters died because of the storm due to lack of preparation. It is also said that 66 sailors died on Lake Michigan, as well as other deaths with equaled a total of 154.