It was one of the biggest blizzards ever in Greater Danbury and it happened between January 11 and January 12 in 2011.

It was the second major snowfall within a month and it blanketed areas of Greater Danbury with more than 20-plus inches of snow. Some spots got even more -- up to 30 inches. Danbury totaled more than 40 inches of snow between this storm and another storm in late December of 2010.

Snow was falling at three-to-four inches per hour, crippling travel, grounding flights out of Bradley Airport, and of course, I-84 was a mess, with traffic basically at a stand still with tractor trailers skidding off the road. Schools in the area were closed for three consecutive days.

Here's a look at a local video shot during and after the storm in Danbury.

In case you still don't remember the storm, here are some photos that may bring back some memories:

Blizzard of 2011 In Greater Danbury

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