Feb 19 2004 Snowstorm

Starting on the evening of February 18th, 2004 and ending around midnight the next day, Halifax got 95cm (almost three feet) of snow, breaking the previous record in the 1940s of 50cm.

In the wake of our huge windstorm last fall, this one was named, "White Juan."

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This series of pics are courtesy of Dennis d'Entremont of www.halifax.tk







And I took this series bright and early on the 20th.

Three cars across the street from our house. You can see just the tip of the rearview mirror of the one on the right.

We use the snow scoop to move most of the snow in big blocks.

Our neighbour.


Two days later, most of the roads in Halifax, even main roads, looked like this.

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