When I moved back to NOLA after school in RI, we had 1/2" of snow on DEC23 & the whole damn town closed by noon, Mayor came out & asked people to stay honme off the streets & that City Hall was closing.! It was the ONLY time I ever saw a Brennan property close, except Xmas Eve, Xmas & Mardi Gras day & hurricane damage(I remember cooking by CANDLELIGHT after the power went off for @ least 2 hours). Buses sliding around on Canal ST, crushing those little covered benches; cars stuck up on the neural zone & people bundled up like they were in Antarctica!LOL! I was sitting on my porch in shorts & a T-shirt. At the time, the closest snowplow to NOLA was in N Mississippi.Nearly 80 inches of snow in Buffalo.
Could you imagine if Louisiana had even half of that!? The entire state would be shut down for a full year.
Some of the video I shot around Buffalo.
I was in a Dodge 2500 4x4 rental. As long as I dont bottom out then I’m fine and it gave plenty of ground clearance. Plus it helps that I probably drive through more snow than just about anyone in the world.It showed up in my YouTube feed today. Congrats on being able to get footage from inside the stadium. The video of the town going about recovery while showing that lake effect was hammering some poor people nearby is great. Lake effect snow is crazy to see when you're not the one getting snowed on. What were you riding around in? It seemed to move trouble free.