Monday, February 12, 2007
Weathering the storm

The snowstorm hitting central upstate New York brought a fresh crop of I-Reporters. Citizen journalists braved blowing snow and frigid temperatures to document the unbelievable snowfall, including Sharon Miller. She sent in this photo of a snowplow outside her home in Volney, New York. Miller says it’s “scary” what Mother Nature can send “our way.” She’s seen at least three cars slide into snowbanks near her home, so she’s playing it safe and staying indoors. Considering what many people in her region have seen -- 100-plus inches of snow -- she’s probably got the right idea. The winter storm has made Miller a Groundhog Day skeptic. I guess with weather like this, it’s difficult to believe that spring is just around the corner.

Check out Miller’s story and others at our gallery. And tell us what you think. Was this a monster storm or what?
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