Tuesday, February 17, 2015

What Record-Breaking Snow Really Looks Like

In Focus shows What Record-Breaking Snow Really Looks Like "In the past month, a series of snowstorms and Arctic weather fronts have brought bone-chilling temperatures and record-setting snowfall levels to the Northeastern United States. New England has been especially hard-hit, with parts of Massachusetts and Maine recording more than 100 inches of snow this season—90.2 inches falling in Boston in just the past 30 days. As residents continually dig out, they've run out of places to pile the snow, in some places pushing it into the ocean."


karl said...

I found the picture of the snow farm particularly illustrative regarding the overall quantity of snow.

Howard said...

Yeah. I've had a hard time capturing the scale in pictures. For me #12, 19, 26, and 30 do that for me, as far as showing how it affects the average person.