On this day, in 1995, a historical event took place in the northern Great Plains. According to the National Weather Service, not only were winds surpassing 30 to 60 miles per hour, but wind chills reached 40 to 70 degrees below zero. This was an outcome of a strong front sourced from the Arctic digging low enough to reach the top of our country.
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