In the past week, a powerful storm caused high winds with heavy rain. A few days later, a second cyclonic-like storm hit us again with high winds, colder temperatures and heavy snow. Thousands of trees and utility lines were brought down, paralyzing the region. Here are some “front door” views from our home in northern New Jersey.
Note: There are two cars in the above image, below center. Nearly two feet (60 cm) of snow fell in a little over 12 hours.
As usual, thanks for visiting. Click on or finger-stretch images to zoom in, and comments are always encouraged. M 🙂
6 thoughts on “Two Nor’easters – Six Days W/O Power!”
Ah, the good old days . . . I don’t miss them.
Also, you need a serious snowthrower . . . that one looks barely adequate.
Actually that was one of two wonderful neighbors, doing HIS driveway! I did the picture taking. 🙂
I figure that, but I’m still suggesting a more capable unit. Hopefully, you have one.
Third Nor’easter on the way!!!
That’s true, as incredible as it seems. I casually thought before the last two: “I’ll believe it when I see it.” So far, two times a believer! 🙂
Unbelievable amount of snow! I am sorry you have been without power..we lost our cable, but thankfully not the electric. Here’s hoping for the next one forecasted to be a miss! Stay safe