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 ...
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.
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 ...
Blizzard of 1978 - National Weather Service Wilmington Ohio
in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. Thousands of men and women on active duty put in many long hours to help clear roadways, restore power, perform emergency rescues and ...
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.
1978 Ohio Statewide Blizzard - Ohio History Central
Cover of the report issued by the office of the Adjutant General of Ohio describing the efforts of the National Guard during the Blizzard of 1978.
Halloween (1978) - IMDb
Directed by John Carpenter. With Donald Pleasence, Jamie Lee Curtis, Nancy Kyes, P.J. Soles. On Halloween night of 1963, 6-year old Michael Myers stabbed his sister ...
Winter Weather | Virginia Department of Emergency ...
The Virginia Department of Emergency Management protects the lives and property of Virginia's citizens from emergencies and disasters by coordinating the state's ...
Barren River Lake - 18-Hole Courses - Golf - Kentucky ...
Barren River Lake State Resort Park is a water-lovers paradise surrounded by forested, rolling hills. The resort is located near Kentucky’s famous cave area, which ...
PHOTOS: Indiana blizzard of 1978 | Fox 59
Do you remember the blizzard of 1978? Central Indiana had more than 20 inches of snow! Photos courtesy of our partners at The IndyStar.