"In the Winter of 1799, the greatest snow fell at one time that was known. It began snowing on Friday evening and snowed until the following Monday morning, snow measuring over a foot deep." from page 225 - Historical magazine of Monongahela’s old home coming week. Sept. 6-13, 1908
I'm sorry I didn't get out and photograph anything about the blizzard. Thankfully others did. This video was shot in and around Monongahela. Things look different in the snow but I think you will recognize a few places.
I was too tired to go out and take pictures of the Blizzard of 2010 after getting stuck in Donora, digging my car out twice and then hacking down a tree that fell across rt 837 to get back home to Monongahela. Upon arriving home I then had to remove 20" of snow from my... Continue Reading →