If you lived in East Tennessee in 1993, you have your own stories to tell. If you didn't, well you've probably heard about it!

On March 12, 1993, snow started falling. And falling. When it was finally done, most folks in our area had well over a foot of snow on the ground. That's more snow than many of them had ever seen, and probably will ever see again in their backyard!

RELATED: Remembering the Blizzard of 93 in stories & photos

On the 25th anniversary of the start of the blizzard, we took a special look back at those memorable days, through archive video and interviews with those who lived it.

Part one: How the blizzard impacted East Tennessee & how much snow fell

Part two: You won't believe what people asked 911!

Part three: How meteorologists predicted the storm, and lived through it

Part four: Rescue helicopter pilot saved lives in the Smokies

Check out the WBIR YouTube page for a vault full of Blizzard of 93 stories!