Minnesotans React To December Winter Storm 2022
Looks like we may get a white Christmas after all this year. Minnesota was heavily impacted the past few days by a winter storm that brought heavy and wet snow.
Over the past two days, Minnesota and other areas got packed with snow from the winter storm. The current snowfall even was a history-maker. It entered the history books for as a top-10 two-day snow event in Duluth reaching a total of 21.4 inches.
There was even over 18,000 power outages reported to Minnesota Power and Superior Water Light & Power. Naturally, parts of Minnesota were impacted differently than other parts.
I got lucky last night as I went to shovel. My neighbor was out snow-blowing, he told me to stop shoveling and snow-blowed my sidewalks for me. Thankful for good neighbors!
Per usual, Minnesotans took to social media to post about the storm:
I love living in the North, but sometimes it's a lot to shovel. Maybe that's why some call it the "frozen tundra". However "Minnesota Nice" is still alive and well:
Some Minnesotans on Twitter like to pass along good info:
We even had thunder snow in Duluth:
Here's how the Duluth Harbor looked:
Some see it as a winter wonderland:
Some didn't see a "storm" at all:
Others see Minnesota weather like playing a slot machine:
Oh, by the way, the Blizzard Warning has ended. However, we now enter a Winter Storm Warning. As well as over in Wisconsin:
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