"It might be the last time I wish for a white Christmas," said one snow shoveler in Erie, Pa. More than 4 feet of snow fell in 30 hours. https://t.co/tg2OzpezNL pic.twitter.com/sXUzhh6GgM— NPR (@NPR) December 26, 2017
No parking! That's Andrew Bargh behind the left field fence in Erie, PA following a state 2-day record of 53.6" of #snow (and counting) since midnight Christmas Eve. #lakeeffectsnowMore snow was expected at a rate of up to an inch or two per hour as residents were warned to stay off the roads unless absolutely necessary and pack emergency kits including tow ropes, flashlights, shovels and flares for essential travel.
Photo from @saymooresam pic.twitter.com/ZoIvKlldCM— Mike Seidel (@mikeseidel) December 26, 2017