The Winter Storm Bozeman was a particularly severe lake-effect snowstorm originating from the Great Lakes region, with areas in and around Buffalo, New York, particularly the city’s southern suburbs, receiving snowfall totals in the range of 5-7 feet. Impacts were wide-ranging, including several professional sporting events, though economic impacts were not immediately known. With a forecast for warmer temperatures and rain, fears quickly arose for potentially severe flooding as a result of melting snow. The maximum snowfall recorded from the storm was 88 inches (220 cm) in Cowlesville, a hamlet within the town of Bennington, New York. Continue reading to see how crazy it really got.