– Snowfall records “smashed” in Oklahoma and Texas (Ice Age Now, Dec 29, 2014):
27 Dec 2014 – “Oklahoma City’s one-day snow fall record of 1.3 inches set in 1968 was smashed with 3.5 inches of snowfall on Saturday,” says this article in the Duncan Banner.
Just across the Red River in Texas, Wichita Falls saw 2 inches of snow.
“According to the National Weather Services, the oldest records show there has never been snow on Dec. 27 in Wichita Falls.” (italics added)
(Two inches of snow may not sound like much, but compared to “never,” it’s a definite record.)