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Celebrity Then And Now
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Some of us like snow, but for a solid majority of us, we wouldn’t mind if we ever saw those white flakes fall out of the sky ever again. It can cause a lot of problems, adding a lot of time to your daily routine when you have to warm up your car, shovel off the sidewalk and driveway and deal with increased traffic. There have been particular days in which Albany has been impacted by snow more than any others in the city’s history. Here are the snowiest days that Albany has ever seen:

November 25, 1970 - The largest snowstorm that Albany experienced during the 1970s happened in the first year, right around Thanksgiving Day. As many were trying to make their way to their families, they were met with a major snowstorm that dropped 21.8 inches of snow, one of four days to produce more than 20 inches.

March 13, 1993 - Albany wasn’t the only city in the east that suffered from a major snowstorm in March of 1993. In fact, it was dubbed the Superstorm of 1993 because of how many cities were brought to a screeching halt in the largest blizzard of the decade. It was already the snowiest season that Albany had ever experienced, and it was only exacerbated by the fact that on March 13th, 22 inches of snow fell in 24 hours.

February 14, 1914 - A lot of people like to spend Valentine’s Day out at a restaurant with their significant other, but that wasn’t the case for people in Albany on Valentine’s Day in 1914. Instead, many were hunkered down inside as the area went through its second largest blizzard of all-time. All in all, there were 23.5 inches on that single day, with more snow coming the days before and after.

March 12, 1888 - Over the span of a few days in March of 1888, there was a widespread storm that was called the Great Blizzard of 1888. Almost nothing got done during this time, as several feet of snow affected Albany and the surrounding areas. Out of the three day blizzard that rocked the city, March 12th had the biggest single day snowfall in Albany, dumping 30.4 inches of snow in that 24 hour period.

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