OK, so January's Winter Storm Jonas on the East Coast and the Groundhog Day blizzard in the Midwest this week have been a bit rough. But just to get some perspective, here's a list of the some of the other nasty winter storms in U.S. history.
The massive blizzard of 1888 dumped 40 to 50 inches of snow on Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York, and kicked up winds of 85 miles per hour. 400 people died as a result of the storm, and at one point, 15,000 were stranded inside trains in New York.
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