I live approximately 60 miles southeast of Erie, PA. When lake-effect precipitation coming off Lake Erie reaches where I live we receive quite a bit of snow. The amount of snow that we receive doesn’t reach the copious snowfall totals of those Snowbelt regions located closer to Lake Erie; however, our snowfall totals are not ones to be dismissed lightly.
Since the wee hours of Saturday morning (1/2/2010) Warren County, PA has been under a lake-effect snow advisory. I live in the northern part of Warren County; we have received about a foot of snow in the past 48 hours. Apparently the weatherman doesn’t believe we are out of the woods yet, as the lake-effect snow advisory doesn’t expire until 7:00 PM this evening.
I took the following photographs this morning at my house.
Could it be that a path is plowed so that Bob can go look at his motorcycle, which is stored in the shed, from time to time?
I used my camera’s live view function to take this photograph of me with our house in the background. When taking a self-portrait, a live view screen that swivels is very useful.