Severe Clear is an aviation term airline pilots use to describe a bright blue sky with seemingly unlimited visibility and air so pure it can blind a pilot. Severe clear conditions usually occur following a storm. But on September 11, 2001, it preceded one.
136 never-before-published personal stories of 9/11 written just after the 2001 attack on the World Trade Center. Severe Clear 9/11: 136 Untold Stories is a sponsored project of the non-profit New York Foundation for the Arts. All proceeds are tax-deductible.