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The Northeaster Blizzards Of January 1897


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  • Location: Irlam

    22nd and 23rd January 1897 were very wintry days across many parts of the UK with gale force NEly winds, blizzards and drifting snow.

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    Here are some reports from that period

    22nd January

    Finchley: Snow much drifted.

    Kensworth: Great snow storm, drfits 15ft deep, roads and lane blocked

    Hedsor: NE gale and much snow

    Oxford: Blizzard at 4pm, one inch of snow fell in 20 minutes

    Clifton: Blizzard and darkness at 3pm

    Gloucester: Blizzard

    Ross-on-Wye: Blizzard at 2.30pm

    Louth: Thunder, lightning and snow

    Astle Hall: Blowing a gale from the NE, a regular blizzard

    Horncastle: Fearful snowstorms with deep drifts

    Hitchin: Snow drifts, many roads blocked

    Norwich: Blinding snowstorms, drifting

    Manchester: snowstorm on 22nd, and snow on the 24th, 25th, 26th and 29th

    23rd January

    Kensington: NE gales with snow showers

    Sheppey: Severe snow storms, 4 inches of snow

    Rochester: Very severe blizzard from NE

    Lewes: Heavy falls of snow

    Addington: A very wild day with great drifts

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