In like a lion, out like a lamb. The famous saying for the month of March. Unless you were living in Southern Connecticut back in 1970.
Today marks the 46th anniversary of the Easter snowstorm of 1970. Eight inches fell in Norwalk & 6" in Bridgeport. pic.twitter.com/ZkwXqlFUJF
— Paul Piorek (@PaulPiorek) March 29, 2016
This is for anyone complaining about the strong winds last night into this morning. It could be a whole lot worse. Like that terrible March 29th in 1970 when a surprise Easter snow storm dumped 6-8 inches from Bridgeport to Norwalk.
Fingers crossed that we are out of the “surprise spring snow storm” woods by now. I will gladly take “strong winds” to close out March.