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The Great Blizzard: Those who were there

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The National Weather Service said the Great Blizzard of 1978 came during one of the coldest winters on record across the central and eastern United States. ABC21 wanted to hear your stories from the storm. Here is what you had to say.

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The Great Blizzard: National Weather Service account on the Blizzard of 1978

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The year was 1978. Two small but distinct storms were brewing in the United States. What happened next would create one of the most powerful winter storms on record.

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Severe weather can happen anytime, are you prepared?

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Severe weather has already struck Indiana, and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security is telling people to prepare before any future severe weather strikes.

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Winter is coming...ever later

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If you have noticed that winter seems to be coming later, you are not alone. More>>

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