Since it's still cold out, it seems like the perfect time to reminisce on the very memorable (if you were even alive) 1993 Blizzard.
It was 25 years to the day that Georgia was hit with one of its most historic snow storms ever. Schools were closed, kids had snowball fights and everyone talked about how it was going to be one to remember.
The Blizzard of '93 was known as the 'Storm of the Century'. We were caught off guard when it hit and, although it left behind a pretty, white blanket of snow, 15 people lost their lives.
Just three days before the storm hit, Georgia was experiencing spring-time temperatures. I mean high 70s to low 80s. Then, all of a sudden, we get slammed with four inches of snow. Thousands were stranded on I-75 and nearly half a million Georgia Power customers were without heat for up to two weeks.
Atlanta's only home-grown Chief Meteorologist Chris Holcomb shared his memories of the 'Storm of the Century'.
StormTracker Samantha Mohr explains the path the storm took over Georgia.