34 years ago today, a historic winter storm stuck the Ohio Valley and the Great Lakes.
The storm lasted for three days, from January 25-27.
During the storm over 28 inches of snow dropped to the ground.
The snow immobilized the entire region.
Hundreds, maybe thousands, of cars were stranded on highways and streets.
The wild wind blew the snow into giant mountains that reached the roof of many homes.
For the first time in the history classes were cancelled at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Michigan.
The temperatures remained below freezing for quite sometime, providing little relief to the area.
The snow stuck around for the next two months straight!
Ask around...I bet you know somebody who lived through this insane storm.