Back in the late winter of 1993, I was sitting with my family, in Norfolk, watching the news about this big snowstorm in New York. They were calling it "The Blizzard of '93". Now, normally, when a name like that is used, it refers to something years in the past. The Great Drought of 1896. The Big Rain of 1947. The Blizzard of 2002. "Yeah, I was just a little shaver back then, but I remember The Blizzard of '93". That's something you might say now. But they were calling it that, while it was going on. Big hurricane. Camille. 1969. Category 5. Did nasty stuff to Alabama. Big hurricane. Hugo. 1989. Category 4. Did nasty stuff to South Carolina. Big hurricane. Andrew. 1992. Category 4. Almost washed Miami away. Big hurricane. Katrina. 2005. Category 5. Almost washed New Orleans away. All of those were big storms. Did lots of damage. But they are still just - hurricanes. Big hurricane. Sandy. 2012. Category 2.Hits New York. SUPER STORM SANDY.