An amazing time-lapse video shows three different views of the snow that fell on New York on Wednesday and Thursday.
The video was taken from 9:00 am November 26, to 9:00 am November 27, 2014 showing a 10-inch snowfall at a location in Apalachin, New York. The “about” section on the video says that this was taken during a Nor’easter that produced heavy snow across parts of central and eastern New York.
The first part of the video shows the snow falling on a deck, the second shows the backyard and finally a view from a garage window. The video shows the vast amount of snow that was dropped in just a 24-hour period. However, I found the most interesting part of the video was watching the tree branches lower under the weight of the snow.
Though the Nor’easter dumped quite a bit of snow on New York, it doesn’t even come close to comparing to the first major snow of the season that left much of the Northeast stranded. The other snow storm dropped an astonishing six feet of snow in some locations. One New Yorker driver was stranded under feet of snow and told a dramatic story of survival on a New York highway. Meanwhile the blizzard left one mother trapped in her car during the snowstorm wrote “goodbye” letters to her daughters thinking she would die in the car.
What do you think of the New York Nor’easter time-lapse video? Do you think the northeast is in for a rough winter following an early start to the snow and blizzard season?