1996: An early season winter storm brought heavy rain across much of Iowa along with snow in the southwest. Over an inch of rain was recorded at most locations in the southeastern two thirds of the state with accumulations ranging up to 3.47 inches at Corning. Measurable snowfall was received southwest of a line from Onawa to Bedford with accumulations ranging up to 2.1 inches at Red Oak and 3.5 inches at Sidney.
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This post was written by Schnack on October 22, 2012