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Snowmageddon in Newfoundland!

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
During the blizzard on Friday and Saturday two and a half feet of snow fell, wind gusts reached 100 mph, and snowfall rates of four inches per hour combined to produce drifts up to 15 feet tall. The city of St. John’s has been under a state of emergency since.

A friend of mine from University days lives in St John's and he posted on Facebook that yesterday the main roads had been cleared and the supermarkets were going to open for the first time since the snowstorm (he said there was a limit per customer of two milk and two bread purchase). His neighbour has a snow blower and kindly cleared my friend's driveway. Talking of the neighbourly spirit of Newfoundlanders he linked to this: https://twitter.com/cbcthenational/status/1219448637496885248?s=12 Madeye-Smiley
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