It's Now Been 44 Years Since The Historic Blizzard Of 1978Boston recorded 27.1” of snow from that blizzard, which is still the second-biggest snowstorm on record for the city.
Winter Weather Forecast - January 2018 UpdateIt's only fitting during the 40th anniversary of a monster February blizzard that we talk about what's in store for this February and March.
Blizzard Of '78: Barry Burbank's Memories Of The Historic StormMost folks that experienced this paralyzing mega-storm of epic proportions can recall many vivid details of how it affected them.
Blizzard Of ’78: Could It Happen Again?It is our ability to predict, prepare and recover that will make all the difference going forward.
Blizzard Of '78: Remembering Coastal Destruction 40 Years LaterThe destruction along our shoreline was unimaginable and the memories still remain fresh in the minds of residents that went through it.
MIT Researcher: This Winter Was 'Worst Boston Has Ever Seen'This winter was bad and the numbers back it up.
Keller @ Large: Comparing Blizzard Of 2015 To Blizzard of '78Was the Blizzard of 2015 anything like the legendary Blizzard of '78?
How Does Blizzard Of 2013 Compare To Blizzard of 1978?A fascinating comparison of the Blizzard of 1978 and the Blizzard of 2013.
Blizzard Of ’78 Anniversary: Forecasting Guidance Was 'Primitive' 35 Years AgoThe statistics compiled during the Blizzard of 1978 only partially tell the story.
Blizzard Of ’78 Anniversary: 35 Years Later 'Nothing Remotely Comparable'On February 7, 1978, Boston Edison's John Murphy told WBZ NewsRadio 1030 that the entire city of Boston was without power.
Keller @ Large: What Did We Learn From Blizzard Of '78?What did we learn from this now-mythic event?
Blizzard Of '78 Anniversary: Vivid Memories 35 Years LaterYou say the words "Blizzard of 78" anywhere in Massachusetts, and even 35 years later, you hear the stories.
Al Gore, Rex Ryan,Tom Brady And My Brother-In-Law So Al Gore........how's that global warming thing workin' out for ya? A bit inconvenient don't ya think? Goodness sake I couldn't believe the amount of snow and cold piled onto New England recently. It started to look like the blizzard of '78 which I remember all too well and the only good thing about the blizzard of '11 is.......I wasn't there to appreciate it....or cuss it.