Approximately two feet of snow fell here over a 30-hour period. The storm started Friday afternoon and ended late last night. This was the scene on our street this morning.
This is the pile from the plow at the end of our dead-end street. My kid and her friends call it "Steve" and love to slide down it on their sleds and butts. They'll be out there all day today. For reference, the Goat is 6' 1" tall.
Peek-a-boo snowy fire hydrant!
There are 4-foot drifts around our place. The drifts by the lake shore are reportedly upwards of 12 feet.
This is not drifted snow. Unplowed surfaces are literally not navigable without snow shoes.
The crystal clear skies and dazzling snow made for a surreal scene this morning after the blowing blizzard.
And now: Anatomy of a Storm as Told by a Picnic Table
I can't wait for Spring!