Nor'easter Photos an Impressive Sight
As the third nor'easter hit New England since March 2, some in the region are getting sick of the snow.
One thing no one is sick of is the cool weather photos and videos that continue to make there way across the Internet.
You can never have too many animal photos or videos, especially with their adorable reactions to the snow.
Jax is burried past his knees in Derry. Photo courtesy of Cheryl Lane/Facebook
A little snow can't stop hearty New Englanders from voting.
Chichester Photo by Brittany O'Donnell/Facebook
Milton Voters come from a heart New England Stock and vote no matter the Weather! Photo courtesy Lynette Mcdougall
Milton photo courtesy Laurie Palmeria
Hopkinton photo courtesy Lori Jennison/Facebook
As is typical, with the storm came the inevitable crashes.
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At the airport in Auburn, Maine, it was near whiteout conditions just before 3 p.m.
Here's what it looks like from our webcam this afternoon. Not a complete whiteout at this time, but close! Travel will be extremely difficult to nearly impossible through this evening. Be careful out there! #mewx #nhwx pic.twitter.com/YxvDsULytL— NWS Gray (@NWSGray) March 13, 2018
The mountains are loving all this fresh powder.
Another March Nor'easter, another #powderalert with up to 18" of snow in the forecast. Stay tuned to https://t.co/6goEKvIfQD for updated snow totals! #SkiNH #visitNH #nhsnow #nhwx #WinterStormSkylar @VisitNH @SKITHEEAST pic.twitter.com/nvprU0RC4f— Ski NH (@SkiNewHampshire) March 13, 2018
The best view from the storm might be from above. The Goes East Satellite never disappoints.
Our #GOESEast satellite captured this view from above of today's winter #noreaster storm as bands of heavy wet snow pivot across the region. More imagery: https://t.co/mbgRYot60A pic.twitter.com/x5LFLmOHwq— NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites) March 13, 2018
A #GOESEast visible satellite view of the nor'easter intensifying southeast of Cape Cod and pushing bands of heavy snow back across New England and Long Island. On the back side of the storm, snow squalls are moving across the Great Lakes and central Appalachians. pic.twitter.com/rEyxQJKIKy— NWS Eastern Region (@NWSEastern) March 13, 2018
As the third #noreaster in 10 days impacts New England with heavy snow and strong winds, here is the water vapor imagery #GOESEast captured over the U.S. in the past 72 hrs. leading up to the storm. More imagery: https://t.co/mbgRYot60A pic.twitter.com/EJVlvTWJmt— NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites) March 13, 2018
Even if you're sick of the snow, you can at least have a little humor about it. Lighten up your mood by watching the video below.