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On Sept. 17, 1959 in the Crossville Chronicle's Crab Orchard Happenings column, Helen Lane said everyone had better fill their coal and wood bins full for the upcoming winter. It was going to be a humdinger! She reported she had counted 12 heavy, August fogs, which denoted 12 heavy snows for the coming winter. Helen reported the "spiders and crickets were numerous and corn husks were very thick."
In fact, that winter, 60 inches of snow were recorded and 14 snowfalls — 12 of them were six or more inches of snow.
originally posted by: Dimithae
a reply to: eriktheawful
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