More recently the winter of starting with a blizzard in November, brought a resignation to weather's importance in northeast Nebraska.

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In March of 1888 New York City was slammed by a devastating blizzard. New York City was buried underneath a fifty-inch blanket of snow.

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Blizzard of 1888 ravaged the Plains - my dad used to tell about his grandma holding on to a rope to get home from school in this blizzard

Blizzard of 1888 ravaged the Plains - my dad used to tell about his grandma holding on to a rope to get home from school in this blizzard

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The Children's Blizzard - 125 years ago, deadly 'Children’s Blizzard' blasted Minnesota. The winter of 1887-1888 was ferocious and unrelenting.  November vacillated between ice storms, snowstorms and sub-zero temperatures. December dumped mountains of snow: 20.2 inches in Moorhead, 39.5 inches at Morris, 33 inches at Mankato.

The Children's Blizzard - 125 years ago, deadly 'Children’s Blizzard' blasted Minnesota. The winter of 1887-1888 was ferocious and unrelenting. November vacillated between ice storms, snowstorms and sub-zero temperatures. December dumped mountains of snow: 20.2 inches in Moorhead, 39.5 inches at Morris, 33 inches at Mankato.

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