As you and your family deal with the imapact of Hurricane Sandy, just remember -- it could be snow.
One year ago today, Tewksbury and the Merrimack Valley were blanteted in what became know as "Snowtober."
The blizzard caught state and local officials and utility companies off guard. After all, who would expect a major blizzard before Halloween? By the time it was done, nearly two feet of snow had fallen and millions were without power.
Life in Tewksbury came to a standstill, as roughly 90 percent of thet own lost power and many National Grid customers were still without power for days.
Here are some links to our coverage of what was truly, a storm for the ages.
UPDATE: More Snow Than First Thought
National Grid: No Restoration Time Estimate Yet
National Grid: Hoping For Great Progress Tonight
Montuori: Almost Everyone Should Have Power Restored By Morning