When I looked out the window I was surprised. I could barely see the house across the street. I'm not used to this weather, so I don't know what expression people use for 'snowing really hard' but I think this storm is the equivalent of 'raining cats and dogs'.
Based on my scientific snow measuring instrument (a square plastic bin and a ruler) I figure there's about 8.5 to 9 inches new snow on the ground. All of it is light as air, which goes along nicely with the 30 mph winds. Unless you want to go anywhere, but people had a 3 day lull where they could travel anyways so they should be grateful.
I haven't seen the bobcats since last night. It's not like anyone in their right mind would be driving right now anyways.
Well someone did say the Saints would win 'when hell freezes over'.