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May 7, 1992 | Associated Press
A freak May snowstorm dumped close to a foot of snow Wednesday in parts of the North Carolina mountains. The snow shut down the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway both north and south of Asheville, authorities said, including a section near 6,684-foot Mt. Mitchell.
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May 7, 1992 | Associated Press
A freak May snowstorm dumped close to a foot of snow Wednesday in parts of the North Carolina mountains. The snow shut down the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway both north and south of Asheville, authorities said, including a section near 6,684-foot Mt. Mitchell.
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November 11, 1991 | From Associated Press
An ocean-roiling storm buffeted the Atlantic Coast from Virginia to New Jersey on Sunday with powerful wind gusts and towering waves that flooded some beachfront homes. It soaked parched mountains in Appalachia, helping foresters gain the upper hand on wildfires there. It was the second storm to hit the coast in two weeks, but was shaping up to be milder than its predecessor, which forced thousands to flee coastal areas and damaged property from Florida to Maine.
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January 4, 1988 | Times Wire Services
A winter storm spread snow from North Carolina to New England today, prompting a snow emergency in the nation's capital and temporarily closing Boston's airport while a blast of polar air created wind-chill temperatures of 70 below in the Midwest. Logan International Airport in Boston was shut down at 5:31 a.m. EST, as five inches of snow blocked runways, airport officials said. The airport was reopened at 8:05 a.m. after crews cleared the runways but flight delays were continuing.
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January 4, 2002 | EDITH STANLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A treacherous winter storm laid a thick blanket of snow and ice across the South on Thursday, downing power lines, causing car accidents and prompting South Carolina's governor to call up the National Guard to help stranded drivers. The second day of the storm dumped as much as a foot of snow in places that go years without seeing a flurry. The storm was blamed for at least nine deaths. South Carolina reported more than 900 storm-related car accidents.
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January 26, 2000 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An unexpected blizzard stunned the eastern United States on Tuesday, snarling traffic and shutting down schools and businesses from South Carolina to Maine. Most federal agencies in the nation's capital were closed. Packing winds up to 40 mph, the fast-moving storm disrupted air travel and closed many major airports, including New York's La Guardia and Washington's Ronald Reagan National Airport.
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