OK -- today is going to be just about snow! We had a massive snowstorm yesterday and went from Winter watch to Heavy snowfall to Blizzard warnings on the weather app. Oh my -- whatever did we do before we had the weather app? OH -- we looked out the window or went outside to check the conditions!
I was optimistic when I woke up and saw the snow, but after about one hour, I realized that the snow was coming down hard and fast, and there was NO way we were going to hit the roads. Heck -- it took hours and hours to shovel the driveway and unearth the car.
This was the scene out the front window in the morning. We couldn't see the end of the next street, which isn't that far away. After hearing reports of closed highways and cars/trucks/plows stuck in the snow, I wasn't budging from the house.
|An aerial view of our driveway with two cars in it|
|The car is buried|
|Snowdrift on the roof of the front step|
|Trailblazing through the forest|
|Deep snow through the forest|
|Just hanging out in the snow|
|Murphy with a stick|
|The end of the shoveled driveway|
|Driveways were shoveled, but the street was not cleared|
|The first pass of the plow|
|The snow-clearing equipment|
|The windrow at the bottom of the driveway|
|The escape tunnel|
|These houses got hit bad!|