People in Erie sharing the photos of the snow in their twitter pages. Let’s take a look at that pics. Here is the embed of those images.
— Sam Moore (@saymooresam) December 26, 2017
— Courtney Powell (@moderncreative_) December 26, 2017
— George Hazuda (@GeorgeHazuda) December 27, 2017
Update: Per @NWSCLE, #EriePA snow total now up to 56.5 inches since 7pm #Christmas Eve. More snow in 42 hours than average *annual* snowfall in Minneapolis/St. Paul (53.4 inches). Photo credit: @erikadauber https://t.co/APaK6G6DOL pic.twitter.com/wSleLaa8vM
— The Weather Channel (@weatherchannel) December 26, 2017
— IamERIEottersSTRONG (@ErieHockey1026) December 27, 2017
— mer 🤘🏻 (@mackfisto) December 27, 2017
— Nate (@nathan_gennaro) December 27, 2017
Snow details :
A heavy storm has brought a record quantity of snow to the U.S.A. town of Erie on Christmas Day, forcing officers to declare a state of emergency. A total of 34in (86cm) of snow blanketed the town and close areas within the Pennsylvania state. There was no respite on the legal holiday, with meteorologists registering a grand total of 60in over the two-day amount. Police warned motorists that “roads are dangerous and impassable”, with the variety of closures reported. More snow is forecast on Wednesday. The officers say the serious storm is that the results of lake-effect snow – once cold air combines with lake water. The National Weather Center Cleveland on Christmas Day registered a replacement uncomparable high for any single day, beating the previous record set in 1956. The state’s two-day downfall record from 1944 was conjointly shattered, likewise as a storm total downfall and a monthly downfall. A number of cars and houses were buried in snow, with some residents having to shovel their solution. Shops and child care centers were closed. Some flights to and from the Erie International aerodrome were off.