As the Eastern U.S. prepares for an epic blizzard Friday, take a look back with a news broadcast from another major storm.
The footage is from Washington, D.C. in 1966—when a huge storm hit the East Coast, practically shutting down the country’s capital. A narrator calls the North American Blizzard of 1966 the “storm of the century,” as the footage shows Washington covered in snow, with the monuments blanketed in white.
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