On This Day in Pittsburgh History: November 24, 1950

Auto, bus, and trolley traffic was brought to a standstill by a 30.5-inch snowfall — heaviest in the city’s history. Snowbanks on streets were piled as high as automobile tops. [Historic Pittsburgh; The Pittsburgh Press

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    In case you were wondering what it takes to make Pittsburgh freak out about snow.
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    In Buffalo the snow is always plowed this high. The grass between the sidewalk and street and the edges of parking lots...
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