It’s Impossible To Forget The Horrific Winter Storm Of 1978 That Has Gone Down In Ohio History

Ohio is no stranger to inclement weather. Snowfall, freezing rain, sleet, it’s all part of the Buckeye State’s winter experience. Even so, there have been some storms throughout Ohio’s history that won’t be forgotten any time soon. At the top of the list is the Great Blizzard of 1978. This historic winter storm took place between January 25 and January 27, 1978. Considered an extreme Category 5 Blizzard, this is one winter storm in Ohio that has truly gone down in history.

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