This global warming has brought changes in climate, including making perennial snow mountains melt, thereby adversely affecting not only human beings but also other living species.
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Some of the snow banks are 5-6 feet tall, drifts, and narrow streets.
Around two feet of snow has fallen, and it is still coming down. This photo was taken at 8:30 a.m.
Took these around 5:45 p.m., and the snow is coming down much harder. The last photo is a bit blurry, but I decided to post it.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has declared a state of emergency, due to the storm. He also issued an executive order banning vehicular traffic after 4 p.m. (2/8/13). Winds are supposed to be gusting as high as 70 mph, and also huge waves during high tide, later on in the day.
It started snowing here in northeastern Mass a few hours ago. The streets are already covered.
Took these mid-morning, and the snow does look nice, but the wind is making it feel like 16F.
A photo I took while I was standing outside, getting some air. I took three of them, but this one I preferred, as the other two came out a bit blurry. May post them later or tomorrow, and yous can decide about the clarity of them.
Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating: there really is no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.
I remember this storm all to well. I remember that morning and seeing through the window, how deep the snow was and it was still coming down like all heck.
View the photos at The Boston Globe
I’m 5’6″, so the total snow fall so far at 70.5″ this winter, is well over the top of my head.
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Some of the scenes of the storm in the Metro Boston area.