“Residents are shovelling, the city is plowing, the power is out, postal service is halted, and school buses are cancelled,” says Alaska Highway News.
“Tuesday’s snowfall shattered daily snowfall records dating back to the 1930s.”
A total of 55 cm fell on Tuesday and into early Wednesday, with 23 cm of that amount falling on Tuesday.
“That much snow hasn’t fallen on Oct. 24 since 1933, when 15.2 centimetres was recorded here.
Thousands of customers are without power in Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, Hudson’s Hope, and Taylor.
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