Much of the Tri-State was under a blizzard warning on Friday and Saturday morning, which is something many lifelong Tri-Staters may have never experienced before.
So, what does a blizzard warning mean?
According to FOX19 Forecaster Frank Marzullo, a blizzard warning means snow with winds in excess of 35 mph and visibilities of 1/4 mile or less, for an extended period of time more than 3 hours.
"While the Blizzard Warning is in effect, for the most part we are not experiencing the complete criteria of a blizzard," said Marzullo. "With that said, we still will have reduced visibilities for shorter periods of time as snow drifts and blows."