Great Blizzard of 1978 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Great Blizzard of 1978, also known as the White Hurricane, was a historic winter storm that struck the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes from Wednesday, January 25 ...
Winter Intersession | University of Kentucky Registrar
2014-2015 Winter Session. With Winter Intersession 2014-2015, the University of Kentucky is joining a growing number of American colleges and universities providing ...
Brutal Winter of 1978-1979 - NWS Central Region Headquarters
Brutal Winter of 1978-1979 . The winter of 1978-1979 will long be remembered for not only heavy snow, but bitterly cold temperatures. A winter season ...
Top Ten Winter Weather Events - NWS Central Region ...
1. Record Snow and Incredible Cold: January 17 - 19, 1994: An intense winter storm brought copious amounts of snowfall to the region Monday the 17th, with all of ...
National Weather Service Cleveland - Blizzard of 1978
Once the storm hit, snow drifted over rooftops of one-story buildings, as seen in this image of an outbuilding at the Forest Loudenslager farm in Marion county.
Tracking The Winter Weather Potential | Kentucky Weather ...
Kentucky Weather Center - ... Warm air aloft. That is warm air changes the stuff falling to rain and then is freezes IF the surface area is frozen.
Remembering the Great Blizzard of 1978 - WDRB Weather Blog
Few people from these parts will forget what they were doing on January 25th 1978. It was on that date that a historic winter storm formed and buried much of our ...
History of Kentucky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The history of Kentucky spans hundreds of years, and has been influenced by the state's diverse geography and central location. Daniel Boone Escorting Settlers ...
20 Signs of a Hard Winter | Farmers' Almanac
We featured these "signs" of winter from nature in the 1978 edition and they are still relevant today.
Think this is the worst winter ever? Think again ...
From the depths of the polar vortex, it seems that Central Kentucky is enduring its worst winter ever. It isn't. Remember 1978 in Lexington?