It is not unusual, in Oklahoma and other midwestern states, to have a pleasantly warm and breezy spring day develop severe thunderstorms with tornadoes, hail, high winds and even floods, followed by freezing temps, snow and other winter precipitation all in the same 12 hour period. In fact all the aforementioned weather can be occurring simultaneously from one end of the state to another.
The April 9, 1947 Woodward tornado, Oklahoma's deadliest, was followed almost immediately by snowfall.
The picture in from Indiana or Kentucky, in 2012.
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