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November 6, 2009 12:00 AM

Pratt snowfall sets state's 24-hour record

PRATT — A blizzard that dropped 30 inches of snow on Pratt County in March will set a record for the most snow in a 24-hour period in the state's history, state climatologist Mary Knapp said.

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