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Mike’s Wild Weather Flashback – January 2010 Winter Storm

 

In January 2010, Oklahoma was hammered by a wicked winter storm. The big problem was ice up to one inch thick, resulting in damage in the tens of millions of dollars! Six inches of snow fell in the north and northwestern parts of the sooner state, but the icing in the Red River Valley in southwest and central Oklahoma caused the most devastation.

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