Over a holiday break, we were substantially gay by a layer in your area. But for residents of Erie, Pennsylvania, it presented utterly a problem in a days following Christmas.
A record 34 inches of sleet fell that day in Erie. Between Dec 23 and 26, over 5 feet strike a city, call officials to announce a sleet emergency. Residents have been warned to equivocate nonessential travel, as a roads have turn a calamity to traverse. Forecasters contend cold atmosphere flitting over a Great Lakes is to blame, and that it’s not over yet.
Check out what a people of Erie are now traffic with in their impassioned winter wonderland.
(via Daily Mail)