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16 Of The Worst Snowstorms In US History

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Snow can turn a city into a magical winter wonderland, but it can also leave devastation and destruction behind. We take a look at some of the worst snowstorms in the history of the US.

The Groundhog Day storm of 2011

Starting on February 1, 2011, more than 20 inches (1.6 feet) of snow fell in Chicago overnight, making it the third largest blizzard in Chicago's history. Nearly 1,000 cars were stranded overnight, with power outages disrupting city life. Other cities in the storms path included Tulsa, Detroit and New York. A state of emergency was declared in Missouri. Kansas City, pictured here, which received a blizzard warning for only the third time in its history


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In the Washington DC area this storm is known as snowmageddon.
My normal homeward bound commute was 40 minutes.
I was in my car for 7 hours before I got home that day.


Thanks Fran for the info .. Maybe she just might come back on … Hugs

LD .. I don't know .. Hugs

Lorna .. I know .. Will keep checking .. Hugs


Oh yes, thank you Francine - though it seems we will still be none the wiser about how Jim is...


Even pushing the pieces of this puzzle was a challenge too Pat, how much more during the storm...





That's Jim's sister-in-law's jigidi name. She hasn't visited jigidi since last summer. I'm another one who still misses Jim.


Thanks Ardy .. It does feel colder today .. I think of every so often .. He was a good person .. Hugs

Thank Lorna .. I had forgot about her .. Will try to remember her username .. Hugs


Wow, that was a dramatic snowfall. Jim was such a great character on jigidi with his wacky sense of humour. Wasn't his sister in law on jigidi too? I forget her username.


This feels even colder today since the temp here has dropped more than 20 degrees from yesterday and a wind chill make it feel even colder. I miss Jim too. I'm concerned for him. Thanks Pat.


I do too Sandi .. There were times he really made my day ..


@pkin38 - I passed through Joplin, Missouri last week and thought of him. I sure do miss his photos and his sense of humor.


Sandi .. I thought of you and Jim when I posted it .. Wonder how he is doing these days ..


I certainly remember this one. I posted photos of it on Jigidi.