Time-Lapse Videos of Winter Storm Nemo – It’s a Marshmallow World in the Winter!

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PetaPixel compiled a group of stop-motion videos shot by people residing on the East Coast of the United States, who were battered by a brutal winter storm called Nemo.  The storm’s heavy snowfall and hurricane-level winds resulted in multiple feet of snow piling up in many areas that were among the highest totals recorded in history, including one town in Connecticut that saw 40 inches!   Here is a collection of videos created by snowbound folks who decided to point their cameras out their windows to capture beautiful time-lapse videos that show how quickly the snow piled up.

The first video (at the top) is time-lapse  that was created by YouTube user miges3111, who captured 22 hours of the storm from his home in Connecticut using a GoPro Hero Camera.

The next video is by Vimeo user jere7my tho?rpe, who snapped a photo every minute over the course of 30 hours. The video plays the photos at a rate of 30 frames per second (you’re seeing an hour ever two seconds):


The 3rd video is from YouTube user cdeane44, who captured images of the snow piling up in his backyard:


Last but not least, Alex Sauerbrunn captured this great time-lapse from Avon, Connecticut – also using a GoPro Hero camera:

My 2 Cents

Since I live near Buffalo, NY USA, I’m very familiar with scenes such as these. Let’s just tip our hats to Mother Nature’s awesome power and consider this an open thread…


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