here is the journaling:
THE FACTS: March is known to feature some crazy and surprising weather and the 1958 blizzard that occurred in the Mid-Atlantic region between March 18th and 23rd was indeed rather unexpected. In general, forecasts on the morning of March 18th had no mention of snow. This was in an era before computer forecast models were being utilized by weather forecasters and even before satellite imagery existed which could aid in the forecast. By afternoon on that particular day, the light rain had changed into huge, wet snowflakes and - for the next few days - history was being made.

THE REALITY: I was five, my sister was 2 and we got nearly 18 inches of snow to play in! Purely memorable bliss of snowballs, snowmen, and snow angels!

Mandy King's Frozen Moments

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