Blizzard 1888 (a)

Blizzard 1888 (a)

The Great Blizzard of 12 March 1888. New York, New York.

(Source: NOAA/Department of Commerce. Courtesy of the Historic National Weather Service Collection).

Blizzard 1888 (b)

Blizzard 1888 (b)

Snow shovelers in Flushing, New York, during the Great Blizzard of 12 March 1888. New York, New York.

(Source: NOAA/Department of Commerce. Courtesy of the Historic National Weather Service Collection).

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Blizzard 1888 (c)

Blizzard 1888 (c)

Photograph of a horse drawn sleigh taken on 18 March 1888, during the Great Blizzard.

(Source: NOAA/Department of Commerce. Courtesy of the Historic National Weather Service Collection).

Blizzard 1917 (a)

Blizzard 1917 (a)

Clearing train tracks in the Sierra Nevada at Blue Canyon, California, after a snow storm in 1917.

(Source: NOAA/Department of Commerce. Courtesy of the Historic National Weather Service Collection).

Photograph originally published in "Monthly Weather Review", October 1919, p. 698.

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Blizzard 1917 (b)

Blizzard 1917 (b)

Cleared train tracks in the Sierra Nevada at Emigrant Gap, California, after a snow storm in 1917.

(Source: NOAA/Department of Commerce. Courtesy of the Historic National Weather Service Collection).

Photograph originally published in "Monthly Weather Review", October 1919, p. 698.

Blizzard 1918

Blizzard 1918

Paradise Inn, Mount Rainier, Washington. During the winter of 1916-1917, 789.5 inches of snow fell at Paradise Inn. When this photo was taken, in March 1917, the snow was 27 feet deep.
(Source: NOAA/Department of Commerce. Courtesy of the Historic National Weather Service Collection).
Photograph originally published in "Monthly Weather Review", July 1918, p. 330.

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Blizzard 1966 (a)

Blizzard 1966 (a)

A young steer after a blizzard, 4 March 1966.

(Source: NOAA/Department of Commerce. Courtesy of the Historic National Weather Service Collection).

Photograph originally published in "The Realm of the Air" by Charles F. Talman, 1931.

Blizzard 1966 (b)

Blizzard 1966 (b)

A man stands near a utility pole in North Dakota, March 9, 1966. A spring blizzard produced snow so deep that it nearly buried the utility poles.

(Source: NOAA/Department of Commerce. Courtesy of the Historic National Weather Service Collection).

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Blizzard 1967

Blizzard 1967)

An aerial view of an expressway in Chicago, paralyzed after a blizzard, January 26-27, 1967.

(Source: NOAA/Department of Commerce. Courtesy of the Historic National Weather Service Collection).

Blizzard 1993

Blizzard 1993

Even states in the southern part of the United States can get significant amounts of snow. This photo was taken in Bull Shoals, Arkansas, after the Blizzard of '93.

(Source: NOAA/Department of Commerce. Courtesy of the Historic National Weather Service Collection).

Photograph by Elizabeth A. Hobbs.

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Snowcast

Snow forecast for the period 23-29 December 2018 across the UK

23rd - Northern Scotland

24th - None

25th - None

26th - Nothern Scotland

27th - None

28th - None

29th - None