And a LOT of it too, measured in feet, just over 2 feet in Nashua, NH.
The snow started late Monday night and continued all day Tuesday in NH and the total amount here was nearly 29 inches. Needless to say, the city was shut down.
By comparison, our VA eastern shore home received a half-inch of snow, enough to delay schools by 2 hours. In that area, anything above a half inch will do that as there are no snow plows and humped roads roads with deep ditches on both sides.
The last photo in this previous post showed a view of the Nashua River after a 6-inch weekend snowfall.
This is the same view early yesterday morning showing the river and partial city view. By late afternoon, conditions had deteriorated to a point where the river couldn't be seen from our 5th floor mill apartment window.
The only group that seemed to be enjoying the river was a resident flock of gulls (had to include these as fellow blogger Denise is a fan of seagulls; better shots another day.)
Our thanks to several bloggers who emailed to ask if we were doing OK during the storm.
YES, we were — all safe and secure indoors with a crock pot meal prepared, and some classic films (Cary Grand and Gene Kelly) to view borrowed from the library yesterday. It was also a good day to catch up on laundry and a nap (just ask Grenville). All the above photos were taken from indoor vantage points (our cars are parked underground
Family and fiends in our native NJ emailed to say that predicted snowfall amounts there never happened with under a foot of snow received.
Just wondering . . .
How did those of you who were in the path of winter storm Juno fare?
Did you get more or less snow amounts than previously forecast — were you disappointed or glad?
And, how do YOU spend snow (or bad weather) days?