It’s Impossible To Forget The Year Buffalo Saw Its Largest Snowfall Ever

Now that Buffalo has officially started to see snow, we can’t help but think about all of the previous years where we saw the city blanketed in white. Going down in history as one of the snowiest seasons that the country ever witnessed, it doesn’t feel like that long ago when the Queen City saw more than 199 inches of snow hit us in the winter of 1976 to 1977.

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Do you remember where you were when this storm hit in 1977? To reminisce on other memorable storms, read about The Massive Snow Storm That Took Buffalo By Surprise 12 Years Ago!