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More of Your Snowstorm Photos

Here’s another batch of pictures taken by our readers showing the effects of the 32″ snowstorm that ended Fulton’s unusual snowless spell this week.  Got a photo to share?  Use the form at the bottom of the story.

There's a Kia Sportage somewhere under that snow.
There's a Kia Sportage somewhere under that snow.
This is the photographer's home on Third St. as the storm raged.
This is the photographer's home on Third St. as the storm raged.
Snow may be work for adults, but it's fun for kids.  Here, Alexa Halstead plays King of the Hill.
Snow may be work for adults, but it's fun for kids. Here, Alexa Halstead plays King of the Hill.
This is what the photographer saw from the window of their house.
This is what the photographer saw from the window of their house.

The author of the next three photos notes, “We had green grass 24 hours ago!”

This is what it looked like at the photographer's house at about 11:00 a.m. Monday.  See that tiny sliver of bright yellow? Well....
This is what it looked like at the photographer's house at about 11:00 a.m. Monday. See that tiny sliver of bright yellow? Well....
...this is the yellow car that was buried beneath all that snow.
...this is the yellow car that was buried beneath all that snow.
A busy day for any truck with a snowplow.
A busy day for any truck with a snowplow.

And Wayne Kirby shares still frames that he made from his video of Monday’s storm:

The storm turned Fulton into a black-and-white city at its height.
The storm turned Fulton into a black-and-white city at its height.
If you look closely, you can make out the intersection of Routes 3 and 481 in the heart of Fulton.
If you look closely, you can make out the intersection of Routes 3 and 481 in the heart of Fulton.
A welcome sight: A snowplow opens a clogged road.
A welcome sight: A snowplow opens a clogged road.

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