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DECEMBER BLIZZARDS 2003 & 1960
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Pre-winter Blizzard
of December 2003..produced
a total of 17" of snow across northern NJ in
a 2-day assault, the most since 1960 so early
in the season. Winds gusted to 40mph. 

Heavy Snow and Gales Winds
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December 2003 Early Blizzard

Blizzard batters NJ Dec 5-6, 2003
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Dave shovels the heavy snowfall

Pre-Winter Blizzard

of December 1960 - dropped

20" snow at Newark, Nj and winds gusted to 50mph along

the coast; paralyzing snowfall for New England states after

arctic air moved in...

Heavy snow thaws with sunshine...
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Ron and Dave stand near snow piles in Dec.1960

Kind of snow we recall as children..
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Dave plays in the snowfall

Mom watches the sledding manuevers
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December 1960 Snowfall of 20"