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November 25, 2006|By FRANK ROYLANCE | FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger

The locks are gray on the heads of those who recall the Thanksgiving Day Storm of 1938. It began on Turkey Day, Nov. 24, with leftovers on the 25th. It buried a theretofore mild month under what remains the biggest November storm on record for Baltimore - 8.5 inches. Aberdeen and Georgetown (in Cecil County) had to shovel 14 inches each. So did Garrett County residents, although they hardly notice such trifles. Kent and Baltimore counties saw 10 to 12. Washington got 7. The snow stranded hundreds of travelers.

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