First pic doesn’t look too bad – until you notice how high the mud is against the walls.
Travel nightmares plague East Coast.
It could be days before many of the more than 3 million without electricity see it restored, officials warned.
Weather service preliminary reports showed that some parts of Amarillo, Texas received almost five inches of heavy, wet snow on October 27.
Snow Totals and Records by Chris Dolce, Meteorologist.
More than 3 million without power
30 inches. 2½ feet. 76 cm. That’s waist deep for many people!
An unusually early and powerful snowstorm struck the U.S. East Coast today, knocking out power to 1.7 million customers.
Up to 10 inches now expected.
Well, it’s not exactly corkscrewing, but if I had used the word “torus,” most people would have had no idea what I meant.