March 28 Weather History
On this day in 1920, the first and deadliest Palm Sunday tornado outbreak occurred across the Midwest and Deep South. More than 380 fatalities and 1,215 injuries resulted from 37 tornadoes. Of those tornadoes, 31 were categorized as significant (F2+). The number of tornadoes is probably higher since non-whites were often disregarded at that time in history.
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