A Johnston resident captured the entire blizzard of 2013 in a time-lapse video. Check out the amazing film and add your own photos.
The town is cleaning up and most have their power back. It's time to look back on the historic blizzard of 2013. Johnston resident Jamie Pachomski captured the entire storm on video, from the first flakes to the shoveled sidewalks and codensed it into a 19-second clip. Take a look at the amazing video and add your own photos and videos of the storm. Simply click the "Upload Photos and Videos" button to share your personal pictures from before, during and especially after this massive snowstorm.
It's a nasty job, but someone's gotta do it.
The blizzard has stopped, the sky is clear and now you have to clear some snow. Shoveling or snow-blowing your driveway is one thing. But clearing the snow off your roof can be a challenge. Here are some tips to read before you do. 1. Dress appropriately. Wear layers, so you can stay warm but also not have your movement impeded by overly thick clothing. 2. Wear sunglasses. You'll be looking up much of the time, and a clear winter sky after a snowstorm tends to have a very bright sun. Having sun-induced blind spots is never a good idea, especially when you're up on a ladder clearing snow. 3. Pick the right tool for the job. Don't use a tool that will damage your roof. You can start off with a snow rake (or roof rake). If you don't have …