An stretch of exceptionally cold weather and low supplies of natural gas made the winter of 1976-77 one to remember.
Come celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Blizzard of ’78, probably Toledo’s worst winter event.
On Christmas Day, 1951, Toledo got a bigger White Christmas than it bargained for.
On the Sunday after Thanksgiving, 1974, fourteen inches of snow showed up at exactly the wrong time.
One of the biggest storms to ever strike Toledo happened on a holiday evening in 1969, and eventually became known as the Ohio Fireworks Derecho.