Snowboarding with the NYPD during the Blizzard of 2016

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+4 1. ringmaster commented 8 years ago

A bit off topic maybe, but several places including USA, it is a major crisis for every snow fall. But here in Norway we are (almost) always prepared.
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+2 2. Natan_el_Tigre commented 8 years ago

#1 Be patient, they are still awakening from a long slumber under the wool. :x

¡Viva la revolución política! 8-)
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+3 3. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

#1 im also norwegian, born and raised here, but we also have problems with snow, we're not THAT special :P
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+4 4. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

I beg to differ, the States and their municipalities affected by Jonas, blizzard of 2016, here in the US were very well prepared for this storm, not only did they know of this event a week before it occurred, all roads, even side streets, were pretreated with magnesium chloride. schools and businesses were closed to keep all non essential vehicles off the roads, plowing started as soon as the snow started falling Friday afternoon around 1700 hrs and continued non-stop until Sunday evening, snow plows followed by salting the roads, there were plows everywhere on the roads 24 hours a day and of course on the major highways too. I know this because I still had to drive to work on Saturday morning. What normally takes me 10 minutes to drive took me about 25 minutes. Not bad, because the true blizzard conditions hadn't started yet. The difference with this storm than most other ones was the incredibly rapid accumulation of snow and major drifts due to the strong winds. There were accumulations of about 7.5 cm of drifting snow per hour all day long. At that point it doesn't matter how many plows are out there, it is impossible to keep up.
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+6 5. Zebulun commented 8 years ago

#1 Depends on what part of the country you live.
If you're in Texas where it's typically warm, they don't have the infrastructure to combat even 1 inch (2.5cm) of snow.
If you live in Chicago, where it gets very cold in the winter, you could get a 12 inches (30cm) on the ground and life continues as normal.

That said, the eastern part of the US got something like 38 inches (96.5cm) dumped on them at once. That's a lot of freakin snow to cope with and I think no matter where you live, that's a pretty major event.
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+2 6. watsonlr commented 8 years ago

Even when you are prepared there are still the boneheads who are going to ditch their cars no matter how well they are cleared.
SNOW = Kryptonite for crappy drivers!
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0 7. m1kyd commented 8 years ago

Casey! It's on Snotr also!! haha
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0 8. braveheart2052 commented 8 years ago

this mayor is a fucking asshole ! is he calling marshal law ? are the news people immune from arrest ! jerk. he`s definatly a 1 turn mayor ! 2 stupid !
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0 9. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#7 You forgot Jesse, Dean and Oscar... ;)