State of Emergency: Storm Stories

Special | 24m 38s

A look back at three major Northern New York storms and how they impacted life in the north country. From widespread power outages and downed utility poles, to trees toppled as though they were toothpicks, to 66” inches of snow over a three-day period. We revisit the Ice Storm of 1998, the Microburst of 1995, and the Blizzard of 1977.

Aired: 11/19/12

Rating: NR

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