This week in 1978, New Jersey and most of the Northeast were hit with a blizzard of epic proportions. Here in New Jersey, between February 5th and the 7th, we were blanketed with over 15 inches of snow. The Northern part of the state took the biggest brunt of this storm, but the whole state got something.
You may remember the Ice Bowl of 1967, when the Packers played to Cowboys in temperatures as low as -13 degrees, with windchills that made it feel like -48. Joe Mason, of the APP, reports that the Giants also played one of the coldest games in NFL history.
My wife is convinced she found some old-timey pirate sword that's been lost in the ocean for the better part of a century. I think it's just some sea garbage, but when you zoom in, they each seem to have handles.