BTRIPP (btripp) wrote,

Snopocalypse - #SNOMG - 6:30pm

Well, there's not much difference in the look of these from the other night shots ... but these are from 6:30pm so just be glad you're not on Lake Shore Drive as that pretty much looks like it hasn't moved since 5:30!

Looking towards the Drive at Oak Street Beach:

Looking up State Street to Division:

The Hancock Center, etc.:

We really haven't had that much snow as yet, just 3-4" from what I'm hearing, but with the edge of the storm coming this way (where it's wetter) they're talking about "Thundersnow" which can dump as much as 3-4" per hour, and that seems to be what the TV folks at least are focusing on.

I'll see if there's any noticeable difference between these and 7:30 shots, if it's just posting more blurry pics with little visible detail, I may wait for the morning to do more.

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Tags: #snomg

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