Daily Historical Weather for March 11
March 11, 1948, was a nippy day across the Southern Plains. Both Oklahoma City and Wichita Falls set new record lows for the month of March, with 1 degree at Oklahoma City and 6 degrees at Wichita Falls. The high of only 16 degrees at Oklahoma City was also the coldest daily maximum temperature ever recorded in March.
Source: National Weather Service, Norman Forecast Office