LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11)-- One of the biggest snow storms in Louisville’s recent history is being remembered on Friday as residents fight the flurries and look back twenty years, to the day that Kentuckiana was blanketed with nearly 15 inches of powder.
After the snow fell, temperatures plummeted to 22 degrees below zero. Residents and business owners were stranded and many were angry at city official’s reaction to the storm.
Michelle Arnold spoke to some residents that remember the storm of ’94 and found some video from the record day.
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