Sunday, December 14, 2008

Blizzard of 1888

I'm glad I didn't run into any weather in my recent travels. Some 80,000 people are still without power after the recent ice storm in New England. New England was the site of a blizzard in 1888 that is considered the worst snowstorm in the U.S. Since I didn't get my afternoon chill today (and my favorite meteorologist Tony Pann expects the temperature to reach almost 60 degrees tomorrow), I managed to pull together some historic photos without shivering!

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