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
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 ...
Jan 2, 2014 ... We trudge back in time to revisit some of the worst winter storms in U.S. history.
Jan 26, 2015 ... Rivertowns, NY - Ferocious winds, loss of life and feet of snow -- all of these
storms were disasters, say historians.
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 ...
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 ...
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 most famous snowstorm in American history, the Blizzard of 1888, has
acquired an almost legendary status. Although there have been many heavier ...
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 - ...
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 ...