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Interstate 35 Weather History

December 1992 A winter storm dropped 4 to 9 inches of snow across most of the Oklahoma panhandle, northwestern and north-central Oklahoma. The storm also produced 1 to 4 inches of snow and sleet in central Oklahoma. Snow, sleet and freezing rain were common in northeast Oklahoma. Numerous accidents were reported across the northern half of Oklahoma. A person died in a multi car accident on interstate 35 near Blackwell. An automobile accident on the Will Rogers turnpike near Vinita took the life of another person. A teenager in Oklahoma City lost his life when the sled he was being pulled on slid into an oncoming automobile.

August 1995 An observer in Hawley a small community about 6 miles north of Nash reported 16 inches of rain from August 1st through 3rd. The Salt Fork crested at 10 feet above flood stage.