On March 10, 1993, Canton was enjoying temps in the 70s. By Saturday, March 13, the snow began falling early. And falling. And then fell some more for up to 10 inches or more in some areas.
Canton (and much of the East Coast) was paralyzed for days — many without power, the roads impassable, trees snapping and temps staying in the teens.
Where were you for the “Storm of the Century”? How long were you without power? How did you pass the time? Were you stranded some place other than home? Share your memories of the 1993 blizzard in the comments below
[Update March 11] Shared on Facebook:
“Trapped at home and then finally made to Emma’s house and her dad took us out for pizza in her little geo metro. One of my favorite rides in the snow!!”