The Chicago Blizzard of 1967 - Chicago Tribune
At least some enjoyed the snow of the 1967 blizzard. Twenty-three inches of snow, the largest single snowfall in Chicago history, covered the city and suburbs.
The blizzard of '67 - Chicago Tribune
The all-time Chicago record snowfall was set in 1967. Over the course of 35 hours, 23 inches of snow fell on Chicago, clogging streets, shuttering businesses and ...
Chicago Blizzard 1967 Radio Reports Part I - YouTube
This is the first of four clips of a broadcast from the 1967 Chicago blizzard. The broadcast came from WCGO and WTAS studios in Chicago Heights Illinois ...
Blizzard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Blizzard is a severe snowstorm characterized by strong sustained by winds of at least 56 km/h (35 mph) and lasting for a prolonged period of time – typically three ...
Blizzard of 1977 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Blizzard of 1977 was a deadly blizzard that hit the Western N.Y. state area upstate New York and Southern Ontario from January 28 to February 1, 1977.
A Retrospective View of the 2011 Blizzard
Looking at these numbers, the 1967 storm had the most snow, and the wettest/heaviest snow. It was also a very windy storm with significant drifting.
The Great Blizzard of March 12, 1888 - NOAA Photo Library
900 : Mount Washington Observatory. This was a Weather Service station between 1870 and 1892. It was reoccupied by an expedition during the International Polar Year ...
New York City Blizzard of 1888 - HubPages
The blizzard of March 1888 in New York City is considered to be one of the most famous blizzards in American history on record because it was created by a rare ...
A Look Back at the January ’67 Big Snow
Forty five years ago, on January 26 and 27, 1967, Chicago endured its worst snowstorm ever. The snow started at 502 AM on the 26th, and by 1010 AM of the 27th a ...
BLIZZARDS - The Weather Channel
[Blizzard of 1888 - image courtesy of NOAA Photo Library] It's that time of year again ... with wintry weather on the increase, we're hearing the term "blizzard ...