25 years ago NJ was hit with a huge snowstorm. High winds and a lot of accumulation bombarded the Garden State.
Do you remember the ‘blizzard of ‘96’?
Throwback Thursday 25 Years ago today the Blizzard of 1996 dumped 30.7 Inches of snow in Philly. Remember they had to dump snow in the Schuylkill River? Share your pics or a good snow story from ‘96 pic.twitter.com/1HiBMT7Zm1— Bob Kelly (@BobKellyFOX29) January 7, 2021
Today is the 25th anniversary of the 1996 Blizzard. The image shows the total snow from this event. For stories from the NWS staff who worked the event, visit:https://t.co/Rldr4bludq— NWS Mount Holly (@NWS_MountHolly) January 7, 2021
Do you remember this event? Feel free to share your stories! pic.twitter.com/KpJZNuh3Ix
❄️On January 7, 1996, a major blizzard inundated the East Coast of the United States, killing 154 and causing over $1 billion in damage pic.twitter.com/WOWl2cDxHx— RetroNewsNow (@RetroNewsNow) January 7, 2021
Where were you 25 yrs ago during the Blizzard of 1996? I took these videos from our apt in Hoboken! @JimCantore @Ginger_Zee @spann @LeeGoldbergABC7 @StormHour @SamChampion @WeatherNation @LensReality @JaniceHuff4ny @DaveCurren @CraigAllenWx @Livestormchaser @ABC7NY #blizzard1996 pic.twitter.com/tp66VbNN3u— WeatherReMarks (@WeatherReMarks) January 7, 2021