bighairyguy: I was in Southern California
August11: I still use the blizzard of 1888 as a measure:Four feet of snow in a 24-hour periodDay time temp of 9FWind gusts to 50mph30-foot driftsDifferent locations in New England had different amounts. Most residents in my town (in CT) were using their second story windows to exit their homes a week later.
skinnycatullus: My family moved from Tennessee to Chicago in 1978. Now that was a nasty winter. My Southern-born parents were NOT amused. I was 4, so I didn't really notice.
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