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Weather Diary  26 January 1978 One of the worst blizzardsStill image:
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Location: Eastern US
License: Royalty Free
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Keywords:   Snow Falling, Blizzard, Snow, Daily weather diary, Cold, January Weather Events, Wind Chill
Asset ID: 5226
Title: Weather Diary 26 January 1978
Concept: One of the worst blizzards
Detail: 26 January 1978: Yet another staggering blizzard in the Eastern U.S. This storm was perhaps one of the most severe storms in the last hundred years. Record low barometers were recorded from Atlanta into Ontario, on the order of 28.30", rivaled those of many hurricanes. Wind speeds in excess of 50 mph were common, with up to 90 mph on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, 55 mph in North Carolina, and 70 mph in Michigan. Snow accumulations ranged anywhere from 1 to 2 1/2 feet, with massive drifts forming, particularly in Michigan, where some estimates were as high as 50 feet. Heavy snow extended westward as far as Wisconsin, where up to 12 inches was swept into 15 foot drifts causing massive traffic problems. Economic losses from a storm of this type, while hard to calculate, are certainly in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

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