Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Aftermath of Oklahoma Snowstorm
The snowstorm that covered a nearly 2,000 mile swatch of the country early this week left its mark on NE Oklahoma. With eighteen to twenty inches of accumulation in some places, this may be the largest blizzard Oklahoma has seen in decades.
Being from Louisiana, I've not seen a lot of blizzards so you can imagine how excited I was to experience only the second one of my entire life. While I didn't brave the snow and winds to get video during the height of the storm, this video shows the aftermath in a neighborhood that has not yet been cleaned by the city.
It also looks like the snow might stick around for a while since forcasters are predicting temperatures of 5-10 degrees and wind chills of up to 25 below until Friday.