March 12-14, 1993 - "Storm Of The Century" Brings Blizzard Conditions To WV
In March of 1993, West Virginia was paralyzed by its heaviest widespread snowfall since World War II, as the cyclonic superstorm the media dubbed "The Storm of the Century" was felt across 26 states.
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#2 Jan 20, 2014
No serious person thinks that whatever is happening with greenhouse gases and their effect on climate change is negated by a snowstorm. You know that the climate is a complicated balance. Mocking climate change and it's dangers to the future just because it's cold isn't really honest but it is more like the FOX approach.
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