A Review of the March 1993 Storm of the Century is a technical report available from the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC). The geographic area is the eastern United States, especially the Atlantic coastal states; northeastern Mexico; Cuba; and southeastern Canada. This technical report, prepared by NCDC's Research Customer Service Group, describes the great U.S. winter storm of March 12-15, ... 1993. The 1993 storm has been called "The Storm of the Century", "The Blizzard of '93", or "The Big One!". The extratropical storm was characterized by hurricane-force winds, tornados, record snowfalls, record low temperatures, major social disruptions, property damage, and loss of life. To find similar U.S. winter storms in history, one has to look back to 1888 and then to 1717. This publication includes a brief summary of the blizzard, a comparison of this and the 1888 storm, and also observational data from various stations that were affected.