1. Blizzard Of ‘10 (aka, the Holiday Disruptor)
You may remember this jerk from just a few weeks ago.
2. The Snwinter of our Disnowtent (Spring 2010)
Who ever knows??? (via)
3. The Blizzard of 2006
February 11th-12th, 26.9 inches (via)
4. Presidents’ Day Snowstorm II
February 16th-17th, 19.8 inches (via)
5. Blizzard of ‘96
January 7th-8th, 20.2 inches (via)
6. Megalopolitan Snowstorm (1983)
7. Blizzard of ‘78
February 5th-7th, 17.7 inches (via)
8. Big Snow (1947)
December 26th-27th, 26.4 inches (via)
9. The Blizzard of 1899
February 12th-13th, 16.0 inches (via)
10. St. Patrick’s Day Snowstorm (1892)
March 16th-18th, 15.4 inches (artist’s rendering)
11. The Blizzard of ‘88
March 12th-14th, 21.0 inches (via)
12. …and beyond?
- Hillary Clinton's campaign is making an unprecedented play for Utah, a state that hasn't gone blue since 1964 🔵
- In case you were wondering, no — a big cyber attack couldn't swing the election.
- Kesha fans rejoice: Sony just confirmed that a new album is in the works 🎵
- People are trolling Eric Trump for apparently getting caught putting lemonade in a free water cup at In-N-Out.
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