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1993 North American storm complex

The 1993 North American storm complex, also known as the (Great) Blizzard of 1993, or the Storm of the Century, was a large cyclonic storm that occurred on March to March 15, 1993, on the East Coast of North America.

It is unique both because of its intensity as well as its massive size and wide reaching effect.

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