So some may have heard that Canada's Maritimes got some snow yesterday.
They called it a "weather bomb"; parts of Nova Scotia got 90cm of snow in 24 hours. That's 3 feet. The old record was 50.8cm. Winds were in the 60-80km range, gusting to 100km/h. The drifts in my backyard are chest-high. The basement windows are blocked entirely. The province is still under "State of Emergency."
But no storm-related fatalities. Yet, anyway.
I wish I had a digital camera and could provide some images, but I don't so I can't. More info and video clips and stuff can be found at the following places:
They do look like bumps. Incidentally, why does the highest magnification turn the moon yellow and make it look like swiss cheese? Am I missing something? EDIT: Whoosh! That joke went right over my head until I read The Thrill's post.