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

It’s the kind of snowstorm of which legends are made. A post-Thanksgiving storm, still the single largest snowfall ever in Pittsburgh, crippled the usually bustling city. And, if you are among those of us who weren’t here for that memorable snowfall, chances are you’ve heard stories from your parents and grandparents about the three-day period when it seemed like the snow would never stop falling.

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Do you remember the Big Snow of 1950? Or, have your loved ones told you about it? Share your memories in the comments! Then, click here to read about the Blizzard of ’93, another epic storm that shut Pittsburgh down.