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Share Your Snowstorm Pictures

Winter came back, all at once!  As much as two feet of snow fell on Fulton by mid-morning Monday, with similar amounts around the region.

Schools closed and cars got stuck in ditches and on unplowed streets.

Got a great photo to share?  Share it using the form below and we’ll post them. (Photos must be less than 2 meg in size.)

I’ll start.  Here’s my front lawn on Sunday, the day before the storm:

Almost no snow left on Jan. 29, 2012 in my front lawn.
Almost no snow left on Jan. 29, 2012 in my front lawn.

24 hours later…

My car, 24 hours later, with two feet of snow on top.  So much snow in the road that my snowplow guy got stuck.
My car, 24 hours later, with two feet of snow on top. So much snow in the road that my snowplow guy got stuck.

Your turn. Use the form below, then keep scrolling to see more pictures:

Use the form below to submit one or more photos to us. A caption for each photo is required. For any photo, make sure you tell us who is in the photo, from left to right and from front row to back.

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From Dick Drosse:

Minetto resident Dick Drosse stuck a ruler outside this morning to keep tabs on the amount of snow falling in the area.  By 10 a.m. today (Jan. 30), the falling snow had well eclipsed the height of the ruler.  Perhaps a yardstick should have been employed
Minetto resident Dick Drosse stuck a ruler outside this morning to keep tabs on the amount of snow falling in the area. By 10 a.m. today (Jan. 30), the falling snow had well eclipsed the height of the ruler. Perhaps a yardstick should have been employed

These next two are from Raina Hinman of Volney.

The Hinman car before shoveling, on the left, and after, on the right.
The Hinman car before shoveling, on the left, and after, on the right.
Abby Hinman goes for a swim in the snow.
Abby Hinman goes for a swim in the snow.

These next two photos come from a reader who did not leave a name, but left behind a funny headline for the pictures: “…And Doug thought he might do yardwork today…”

Snow on the bird feeder.
Snow on the bird feeder.
"Can't help it," the picture-taker writes. "It IS pretty."
"Can't help it," the picture-taker writes. "It IS pretty."

And a photo from a resident, headlined “Winter in a day!”

This is my driveway on S. Fourth St.
This is my driveway on S. Fourth St.

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