April 20-21 1992 snowstorm
Observed snowfall from 20-21 April 1992
|Duration||April 20-21, 1992|
|Maximum snowfall or ice accretion||15 inches|
On 20-21 April 1992, a late spring snowstorm struck portions of South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri, one of the latest winter season heavy snows on record in the region . Schools were closed across much of the region , and the snow melted quickly with temperatures reaching 90 degrees in Omaha on 30 April . The high of 32 on 22 April in Omaha, and 31 in Sioux City, marks the latest day on record in spring where those locations have not seen a temperature above freezing .
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