REMEMBERING THE BLIZZARD OF 1978. A calamitous three-day storm hit the Great Lakes region during January 25-27, 1978.
An “explosive cyclogensis” – or ‘weather bomb’ pounded the States of Michigan Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Thirty inches of snow of snow, 100 mph winds and drifts up to ten-foot high created a major life-endangering event. Caleb, Megan & Jim