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Blizzard - Wikipedia


A blizzard is a severe snowstorm characterized by strong sustained winds of at least 35 mph (56 km/h) and lasting for a prolonged period of time—typically three  ...

The 10 Worst Blizzards in US History | Winter Weather - Live Science


Feb 8, 2013 ... By definition, a blizzard is more than just a storm. Blizzards bring very low temperatures, strong winds and lots of blowing snow, leading to ...

Major Blizzards in U.S. History - History Lists


Jan 2, 2014 ... We trudge back in time to revisit some of the worst winter storms in U.S. history.

7 of the Worst Blizzards in U.S. History - Rivertowns, NY Patch


Jan 26, 2015 ... Rivertowns, NY - Ferocious winds, loss of life and feet of snow -- all of these storms were disasters, say historians.

The 12 worst blizzards in US history - MSN.com


President's Day Blizzard 2003. This blizzard lasted from February 14 to February 19 and shut down cities from Washington DC to Boston and caused $20 million ...

Complete List - Top 10 Big, Bad Blizzards - TIME


As much of the U.S. gears up for a blizzard that is set to impact as many as 100 million people across 24 states, TIME takes a look at other storms that have ...

5 Worst Blizzards in U.S. History - Newsmax


Jan 27, 2011 ... ... left over 300000 people without power as of January, 27th. Fast features has decided to take a look at the worst five blizzards in U.S. history.

The Blizzard of 1888 - Infoplease


The most famous snowstorm in American history, the Blizzard of 1888, has acquired an almost legendary status. Although there have been many heavier ...

Famous Blizzards in U.S. History - blizzardfactsforkids.com


Famous U.S. Blizzards. Name Of Blizzard Date Inches Of Snow Number Of Deaths U.S Region The Great Blizzard March 1888 46.7 400 New England and Mid - ...

What are some famous blizzards? | Reference.com


Major blizzards in U.S. history include those from March 11 to 14, 1888; January 27 to 28, 1922; February 5 to 7, 1978; January 6 to 10, 1996; December 26 to ...