- Posted February 9, 2013 by
Cedar Grove, New Jersey
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Northeast blizzard: Your stories
Monster Blizzard Swallows Northeast
I thought it would be fun to use my 9 inch garden gnome and a ruler to measure the amount of snow Winter Storm Nemo dumped on Northern New Jersey.
I took the first picture on Friday, January 8th at around 10:30 AM. By 3:15 AM on Saturday, January 9th, the ruler was completely covered by snow and it's still snowing.
It's brutally cold, the wind is howling and the snow is piling up high, but, unlike with Hurricane Sandy, we have not lost electrical power in my neighborhood, so we are keeping warm and enjoying staying home.
* Check out my photos of beautiful snowbirds of Northern New Jersey by clicking on the following link: http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-922617
Photos by Lulis Leal