What Parts of New York State Look Like After Record Winter Storm | Insider News

What Parts of New York State Look Like After Record Winter Storm | Insider News

Upstate New York was hit the hardest by a winter blizzard over the holiday weekend with over 50 inches of snow.

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What Parts of New York State Look Like After Record Winter Storm | Insider News

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  1. Dorian Corey's Closet says:

    All that weight on those structures from ice is dangerous. I have known people’s whole roofs to cave in. From Memphis, TN yall be safe 🙏

  2. kmklonowski says:

    When we opened my garage, it was a wall of snow. The drifts could swallow my husband. It was insane! I am so grateful we kept power and managed to dig out today…

  3. Annika Orne says:

    As a Minnesotan, half these images are scary, and the other half are… just a normal winter day. ❄️ Makes me feel grateful for the snow removal infrastructure here in MN.

  4. Mandy Brekke says:

    Doesn’t that happen every time to the homes by the lakes? I feel like they always have something more extreme happen every year.

    • The Monster Under Your Bed says:

      Yup. It does happen pretty often. But can’t scare people into giving up their rights and suck more taxes out of them because of “climate change” without hyping up every storm that comes by.

    • Sam G says:

      I don’t think it gets more extreme. The media just reports in it non stop to spread the hype and fear. And the more people continue to build on lakeshore, riverside, the more ice, floods and hurricanes will do damage because there are simply more structures to be affected. Flooding in big cities gets worse because drainage was not a thought as they continued to build and build and build and build, and drop more and more concrete. These storms have happened through out history, but there was no social media and a pea sized population. Add people, build more, report more, and suddenly it is dubbed the storm of the century. Doesn’t help that it occurred in the busiest travel time of the year when millions more than usual are on the roads and in airports.

    • Nico1a5 says:

      Every year, for how long?
      Is it always the same slope? Or are we missing the big picture ups and downs?

    • H A S says:

      قال الله ﴿أَلَم تَرَ أَنَّ اللَّهَ يُزجي سَحابًا ثُمَّ يُؤَلِّفُ بَينَهُ ثُمَّ يَجعَلُهُ رُكامًا فَتَرَى الوَدقَ يَخرُجُ مِن خِلالِهِ وَيُنَزِّلُ مِنَ السَّماءِ مِن جِبالٍ فيها مِن بَرَدٍ فَيُصيبُ بِهِ مَن يَشاءُ وَيَصرِفُهُ عَن مَن يَشاءُ يَكادُ سَنا بَرقِهِ يَذهَبُ بِالأَبصارِ﴾ [النور: ٤٣]
      ألم تعلم – أيها الرسول – أن الله يسوق سحابًا، ثم يضمّ أجزاء بعضه إلى بعض، ثم يجعله متراكمًا يركب بعضه بعضًا، فترى المطر يخرج من داخل السحاب، وينزّل من جهة السماء من السحاب المتكاثفة فيها التي تشبه الجبال في عظمتها قطعًا متجمدة من الماء كالحصى، فيصيب بذلك البَرَد من يشاء من عباده، ويصرفه عمن يشاء منهم، يكاد ضوء برق السحاب من شدة لمعانه يذهب بالأبصار.
      – المختصر

    • Pablostrepo says:

      Yep, and things will just get worse every year 🙁 thanks climate change…

  5. Cindy K says:

    It wasn’t the snowfall alone, it was incredible wind with gusts up to 70 miles an hour.

    • Nades says:

      @blacknester at -35 degrees Celsius?

    • Cidalia Martins says:

      @blacknester Anything over a certain speed combined with subzero temperatures will cause damage. We lost power at our house. Thankfully, we were the lucky ones, and it was for only 16 hours. Our home was freezing cold. Others have gone days without heat and electricity. And are you saying up to 150 miles per hour or kilometers per hour, because that makes a difference.

    • blacknester says:

      70 is not much. We are having 100+ on regular with 130 gusts here in Croatia.

  6. chrisdfx1 says:

    Back in my day, we walked to school barefooted in 40 feet of snow, and we didn’t get no YouTube video.

  7. WALTER says:

    This makes me feel bad that I’m in Florida. Stay safe y’all. 🙏🏼

  8. j soo says:

    I live in St Louis and we got a whopping 3 inches. It was damn cold and windy though. This footage is crazy.

  9. fit to makeup says:

    It look like scenes from the movie the day after tomorrow. 😲

  10. Star Knight says:

    That looked insane..

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