Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Storm of the Century 1993 Superstorm

March 12, 1993. The Blizzard of 1993 – Snow begins to fall across the eastern portion of the US with tornadoes, thunder snow storms, high winds and record low temperatures. The storm lasts for 30 hours.

The Storm of the Century, also known as the '93 Superstorm, or the (Great) Blizzard of 1993, - A downed tree and snow-covered automobile attest to the magnitude of snowfall in the Asheville, North Carolina area. Photo taken March 14, 1993. Some of the snowfall totals were: Mt. Mitchell, North Carolina, 50 inches; Grantsville, Maryland, 47 inches; Syracuse, New York, 43 inches.

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Storm of the Century 1993 Superstorm

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