Back in April, we asked readers to share their memories, photos and artifacts with us-- and you delivered!
Despite the warm start, Western New York has been no stranger to Old Man Winter. These photos from the early 20th century show how our region has embraced the cold months.
Buffalo and Western New York are known for wintry weather and the recent lake effect event the area witnessed in November was only the latest addition to the region’s snowy heritage.
Industry in the Buffalo region operated according to the cycle of the seasons from the beginning of commercial traffic on the Great Lakes in the early 1800's.
Photos from the early 1920s capture the fun of a blustery Queen City winter.
The months of December 1944 and January 1945 saw an epic amount of snowfall in a succession of snowstorms.
The Korean War, the Red Scare and the threat of nuclear holocaust dominated the headlines in September 1950...and then the sky went dark.