As the Northeast prepares to get pummeled by snow, check out the other major blizzards in U.S. history.
November 1913: Considered the most devastating blizzard to hit the Great Lakes, this storm raged for nearly five days with hurricane-force winds of up to 62 mph and waves that reached up to 35 feet in height. More than 235 people were killed and 18 ships wrecked.
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