Feb 232015
Canadian Man Digs Snow Tunnel To His Car

Much of the Northeast of the US and parts of Eastern Canada have been slammed by mounds and mounds of snow. Combined with powerful winds, snow drifts have reached heights of 7 or 8 feet tall. After suffering from some serious cabin fever, Canadian Marcel Landry decided to dig a tunnel to his car which was completely covered. He had to do it eventually, he told CBC News, so why not some fun with it.

Does it get any more Canadian?


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Feb 162015
Canadian Shows Giant Snow Drifts Blocking His Front Door

The Northeast part of America has been slammed by two giant snow storms over the past month. People are simply sick of the white stuff. Canadian DCompose lives in Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada which is right next to Maine. He shows just how bad the snow and winds have been by simply opening his front door. His house has gigantic drifts of snow over nine feet tall blocking his doorway! 


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Feb 152015
Weatherman Freaks Out Over ‘Thundersnow’

Thunderstorms are a common occurrence during the rainy season. Lightning and roaring thunder is always a stunning scene that can make the hair on the back of our neck stand up. But thunder and lightning are almost always associated with rain. Never snow. 

Though much more rare, it is possible to have ‘thundersnow.’ Meteorologist Jim Cantore of The Weather Channel was outside reporting on Winter Storm Neptune in New England when he witnessed multiple lightning bursts and thunderclaps while being smothered with snow.

To say he was a little excited would be an understatement. He’ll take thundersnow over a Powerball jackpot any day! 


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Feb 072015
Train Slams Through Giant Snow Drifts

Train enthusiast Containerman2 captured a rare scene after his Canadian neighborhood was slammed by three great snow storms. At a train and road x-ing, a train travelling a high speeds slammed through the tall snow that was obstructing the tracks. 

In just a few days, this video has exploded online with over 4 million hits!


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Feb 052015
Cat Tries To Dig Snow Drift

Much of the Midwest and Northeast has just braved a pummeling of snow and blizzard like conditions. After one to two feet of snow, powerful winds made even taller snow drifts. After the snow finally calmed, James Gilfoy opened his front door to discover a four foot snow drift blocking his doorway. Thankfully, his cute cat was motivated to get out and helped dig through the snow


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