100 years ago, deadliest Great Lakes storm was at its peak
Published 11/09/2013, Duluth News Tribune
The storm raged for nearly a week, but Nov. 9, 1913 was by far the deadliest day. Wind speeds up to 90 mph created waves 35 feet high. Cities, including Cleveland, shut down as more than 2 feet of snow fell. Great Lakes freighters were tossed like toy boatsWord count: 1131
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