It's March, but that doesn't mean the wintry weather is necessarily over. The Great Blizzard of 1888, which paralyzed the East Coast, happened in mid-March; so did the Widespread Blizzard of 1894, which pummeled the Western states, and the Spring Snowstorm of 1968, which dumped more than 17 inches of snow on Tennessee and other parts of the South.

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