Monday, December 4, 2017

A couple throwback photos of my own from Madison's 1990 record snowfall

Dad had a lot of shoveling to do.  No snowblower in this household, and Mom was almost 9 months pregnant with Eddie.

3-year-old Andy marvels at all the snow.

Throwback photos: 27 years ago a record-setting blizzard dumped 17.3 inches of snow on Madison.  (, 12/4/2017)
A winter storm began shortly after midnight on Dec. 3, 1990 in Madison and became a blizzard over the course of the day. By the time the storm ended late that evening it had dumped a 17.3 inches of snow on the Madison area. 
That total remains the highest snowfall total measured in a single calendar day in Madison since the city began keeping records in 1884.

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