The Great Blizzard of ’88
For New Yorker’s who were able to obtain a newspaper on March 13, 1888, this is what they saw:
Starting very late in the evening of March 11 and continuing throughout March 12 and into March 13, 1888, modern New York City was paralyzed with its first stupendous blizzard. The weather forecast for March 12 called for mild weather!
Over a little more than a 24 hour period mostly between March 12 and 13 New York City received 25 inches of snow, bringing virtually Continue reading