A Terrifying, Deadly Storm Struck Pittsburgh In 1950… And No One Saw It Coming
Pittsburghers don’t usually get too perturbed by snow. Sure, the calling for a few inches might mean rushing to the store to stock up on the essentials, but we usually take it in stride. Now, blizzards are a whole different story. One blizzard – the Thanksgiving storm of 1950 – still holds the record for the most snowfall in Pittsburgh.
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