Even for a place that gets a ton of snow, this was a record-breaking two days for Erie

    (CNN)There’s White Christmas. Then there’s Whiteout Christmas.

    Erie, Pennsylvania, experienced the latter on Monday, when an overall of 34 inches of snow fell on Christmas Day, blanketing the city and shattering the city’s previous records for snowfall in a single day.
    The snowfall overall was more than 4 times the city’s previous all-time Christmas record of 8.1 inches, and it likewise climaxed for many snowfall in one day in the city’s history, which was 20 inches on November 22, 1956.

      She took this image of the snowfall covering trees and the in-laws’ vehicle at about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.

      “We had a rake boil down our street overnight, however it’s blockaded once again,” she stated.
      CNN affiliate WICU shared this picture on its Facebook page from meteorologist David Wolter revealing lorries smothered by the snow.
      “We are buried here at Erie News Now!” the news station composed.
      Pennsylvania web marketing business Epic Web Studios shot the snowfall from Monday at 9 a.m. till Tuesday at 6 a.m. and published a time-lapse of that duration.

      Record-Breaking Lake Effect snow in Erie, PA! Thanks to @weatherchannel for the shout out! More live views from our web cam are here: ews.co/ eriecam #lakeeffectsnow #winter #snow #blizzard #timelapse #pennsylvania #erie #eriepa # 814 #snowday #christmasvacation

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      With fresh snow stacked high, the pet dogs of Erie appeared to delight in the day. Marissa McGraw published a brief video of her 3-year-old canine, Chevy, learning snow to obtain his frisbee.

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      Vince Dragone, who lives simply outdoors Erie, published video of Oakley, his two-year-old German Shepherd, venturing out into the stacks of snow. Oakley usually likes the snow, Dragone stated, however it took him a while to obtain the self-confidence in snow this heavy.

      Oakley has actually never ever seen this much snow prior to. #myerie #snow #blizzard #deepsnow #gsd #gsdofinstagram #gsdmalinoislove #germanshepherd #dogsofinstagram #dog #cold #fun

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      “He did lastly do his service after digging out a cleaning,” Dragone stated.
      Dragone stated he is still shoveling his driveway and hasn’t gotten out.
      “Luckily, I’m off today,” he stated.

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