Weird Northern Snowstorm Was Fall’s ‘Snow Chest’


34 years after a precocious nor’easter, we still remember his destruction

Photo by Kevin O'Toole

Do you remember October 4, 1987? “The Snowy Fall Paralyzer” shut down the capital region with broken trees, fallen power lines and a snowy and snowy mess in early October.

Scroll through the photos below to relive the experience that was one of the region’s most memorable snowstorms.

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