What was the worst snow storm in Pennsylvania?

What was the worst snow storm in Pennsylvania?

Twenty-five years ago on Jan. 7 and 8, Philadelphia, with an unprecedented (and controversial) 30.7 inches of snow, was at the epicenter of one of the most extreme weather events in the nation’s history.

How much snow fell in the blizzard of 79?

The storm buried much of the Washington, D.C.-Baltimore area under more than 20 inches of snow, sometimes falling at rates up to a virtually unprecedented five inches per hour. It would go down in history as the infamous President’s Day Storm of 1979.

How many inches of snow did Chicago get in 1978?

89.7 inches
In the 1978-79 winter season, however, the city recorded 89.7 inches of snow.

What happened in the Blizzard of 1978?

The Blizzard of 1978. A historic nor’easter brought blizzard conditions to New England, New Jersey and the New York City area at the beginning of February in 1978. Boston received a record 27.1 inches of snow and Providence, R.I., also broke a record, with 27.6 inches of snow.

What were the worst blizzards in Ohio history?

The Great Blizzard of 1978. Several decades ago, the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes were paralyzed by one of the worst winter storms to ever sweep across the region. Transportation, schools, and businesses were shut down for days.

Where did Winthrop get hit by the Blizzard of 1978?

Located in the eastern part of the state, Winthrop was among the communities hardest hit by the Feb. 5-7 snowstorm. Snow plows clear the intersection of Dwight and Carew Streets in Springfield on Feb. 7, 1978 during the Blizzard of 1978.

What were the blizzard conditions in Cincinnati January 26?

Blizzard conditions arrived in Cincinnati around 1 AM January 26 and reached Dayton and Columbus within the next couple hours. By 7 AM, blizzard conditions extended all the way to Cleveland. Visibilities were near zero for much of the day and even into the 27th.

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