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MARCH SUPERSTORM 1993
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Blizzard hits NJ with heavy snow & sleet
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Mid-March 1993 Storm Aftermath

Digging out of snow 13" deep with ice pack
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Blizzard of 1993

The Superstorm of

March 1993..featured more

than a foot of snow and ice in Nj

and NYC, with 2 feet in Pa. Winds

reached 80mph at NJ coast, and

snow fell from Georgia to Canada

with blizzard conditions in Atlanta.

Over 200 people died of exposure

and exhaustion as a massive storm

crippled half the USA. It fell on

the anniversary 105 years earlier

of the Blizzard of 1888 which

devastated the east also. Tornadoes

in the 1993 struck Florida, with

110mph winds registered near

the Keys. This was truly a storm

to remember and broke many

records for its fury.