A Terrifying, Deadly Storm Struck Buffalo In 1977… And No One Saw It Coming
January 28, 1977 marked one of the most terrifying storms to ever hit Buffalo. The day started off like any other normal winter day, with temperatures in the 20s and sunny skies – until the weather took a turn for the worst… and fast.
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For more details on the Blizzard of ’77 and how Buffalonians were impacted by the storm, take a look at the video below with an in-depth recap and tons more photos from the event. (Video by SabresFan85 via YouTube.)
Do you remember the Blizzard of ’77? Where were you when the storm hit? We’d love to hear your experiences! Leave your comments and photos of the devastating weather event in the comments below.
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