It’s Impossible To Forget The Year Connecticut Saw Its Single Largest Snowfall Ever
We’re no strangers to winter storms in Connecticut. Every few decades, it seems like another massive blizzard rocks the Nutmeg State to its core. During particularly snowy winters, it can be hard to remember what a sunny day over green fields even looks like! Some of us love winter weather, and others start counting down the days until spring the second December hits. Even those Connecticut residents that are fond of snow probably got their fill a decade ago when the largest snowfall in Connecticut occurred. Back in 2013, an amazing 36 inches of snow fell in Ansonia, Connecticut, establishing a state record that hasn’t been approached since.
Were you living in the area at the time? Do you remember the 2013 blizzard in Connecticut? Share your experiences in the comments!
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