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Armistice Day Blizzard

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  1. took place in the Midwest region of the United States on 11 November (Armistice Day) and 12 November, 1940

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  2. The intense early-season "Panhandle hook" winter storm cut a 1,000-mile-wide (1600 km) path through the middle of the country from Kansas to Michigan

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  3. The morning of 11 November, 1940 brought with it unseasonably high temperatures

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  4. Prior to this event, all of the weather forecasts for the region originated in Chicago

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  5. A total of 154 deaths were blamed on the storm

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