When did Maryland have its last blizzard?
January 2016 United States blizzard.
What year was the ice storm in Maryland?
North American blizzard of 2003
|Category 4 “Crippling” (RSI/NOAA: 14.67)|
|Plowing the streets of Washington, D.C. during the Blizzard of 2003|
|Lowest pressure||1011 mb|
|Maximum snowfall or ice accretion||112 cm/44 in Garrett County, Maryland|
|Fatalities||2 fatalities direct, 25 indirect|
What is the coldest temperature ever recorded in Maryland?
Miss the cold? The coldest recorded temperature in Maryland was 100 years ago on Jan. 13, 1912, in Oakland at -40 degrees Fahrenheit.
What was the Blizzard of’78?
See the link below. Arguably the Commonwealth’s “Storm of the 20th Century,” the Blizzard of ’78 dumped 27.1 inches of snow on Boston on February 6 and 7, paralyzing the city and surrounding suburbs for a week. Although snow was less of an issue along the immediate coast, the tides were devastating.
Where can I view the Blizzard of’78 photo gallery?
View the Blizzard of ’78 Photo Gallery on CZM’s Flickr website. See the link below. Arguably the Commonwealth’s “Storm of the 20th Century,” the Blizzard of ’78 dumped 27.1 inches of snow on Boston on February 6 and 7, paralyzing the city and surrounding suburbs for a week.
How much snow did Cincinnati get from the Great Blizzard of 1978?
The Great Blizzard of 1978. While snowfall was difficult to measure due to the strong winds, official storm-total snowfall amounts from January 25-27 ranged from 4.7 inches in Columbus to 6.9 inches in Cincinnati to 12.9 inches in Dayton. Other areas across the region saw well over a foot of snow from the storm.
What happened to Hampton after the Blizzard of 1978?
A National Guardsman checks a stranded car Feb. 9, 1978, in Hampton, N.H., after the Blizzard of ’78 to see if anyone was trapped inside. While streets elsewhere remained completely flooded. And others realized their homes had been washed away and were gone.