Living in the Snow Storm Uterus

Living in the Snow Storm Uterus

Snow stormIf you live anywhere north of Georgia, you were likely blanketed with this year’s winter snow storm. Probably one of the most interesting aspects of this particular storm was the ice that followed the snow. The result was a beautiful wintry wonderland of ice crystals and pure and dazzling whiteness.

Dangers of Snow Storms

  • Extended power outages are deadly for those on oxygen or the elderly.
  • Extreme cold temperatures make snow storms particularly deadly. Stay inside!
  • Driving in snowy conditions isn’t safe. If possible, stay home.
  • Shoveling snow exposes you to the elements and can be risky. Shovel in small spurts!

With such beauty, however, also comes some dangerous situations of power outages and people using unusual heating sources, which can create fatalities. Here are some articles that take a closer look at this year’s harsh weather.

Snow Storm Photos

Pictures of the Snow Storm – Louisville

Winter Weather Around the Nation

1 million Plus Lose Power and 23 People Die

Flickr Photos of Louisville Storm

Totals from Louisville Winter Storm, January 2009

Are you stuck inside because of a snow storm?

If you’re at home with your kids for a snow day after one of winter’s snow storms, check out these Crabby Housewife articles:

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Lori is a full-time housewife and writer, living in the Midwest with her husband of 27 years - they have two daughters. They have a house full of pets and her house is never quite perfect.