Let it snow!
Several feet of lake-effect snow buried the city of Erie in northwest Pennsylvania over Christmas, smashing local and state snowfall records.
The majority of the snow — 58″ in total — fell on Christmas Day and Tuesday, breaking the statewide record for most snow observed in a two-day period. An additional 6 to 12 inches of snow was forecast for the city through Friday.
Lake-effect snow is a winter phenomenon where cold, Arctic air blows over the still-warm Great Lakes, forming narrow bands of clouds that can dump heavy snow on nearby communities.
Erie officials declared a state of emergency and asked drivers to stay off city streets and nearby highways, citing “an incredible amount of snow.”
This brave husky was seen swimming through the snow.
OK, this actually does look pretty fun…
It was this poodle’s very first time in the snow!
And this dog DGAF it was buried neck deep in snow.
This dude was definitely not going to let a little snow get in the way of the tropical vacation happening in his mind.
This guy was not going to let some snow interfere with his #OOTD post.
This woman was snowed in and not complaining.
“My house…send help! Lol”