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It’s now coming up on 1 a.m. EST here in Baltimore and I honestly can’t remember the last time I saw snowing coming down like this, in fact I’m not sure I ever have.
And when I say, “coming down,” I mean blowing sideways. The winds have really picked up and the scene outside my window is somewhat eerie, almost hard to believe.
It literally looks like a ghost town, not only because there is absolutely no one on the roads, but also because there are huge, white wisps snow being blown around. I can’t imagine being out in this weather for more than, say, 10 minutes at a time.
It really is incredible. Although it won’t give you the full, first-hand experience, I’ve uploaded some video to YouTube of the scene outside Blippitt HQ. There are no cars going by or planes flying overhead. That whooshing sound you’ll hear about half-way through is the howling wind that’s driving the snow horizontally.
Unlike the December storm, there are truly blizzard-like conditions present now. I’m even hearing some loud claps of “thundersnow”. Amazing.
I’m usually excited by these kinds of snowstorms but I have to admit, I’m a little concerned. This thing is shaping up to be a storm of epic, if not Biblical, proportions.
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