Impressive Blizzard Nemo Video from Ground Zero!

Extreme storm chaser and photographer Jim Edds gives his account of Winter Storm Nemo, below. Jim Says: “I flew into Boston Logan airport around 12:30pm in a snow storm. Frankly I couldn’t believe the flight took off from Atlanta. It was a very bumpy ride and I thought for sure we would be diverted. When I got off the plane I hurried down to the baggage claim to get my gear. I remember looking out the window and seeing the snow fall with a few planes still out there. So I started filming right after we landed. I picked up my Avis rental and they closed the Avis rental – I was the last guy to get a car. I drove out to the beach and up the coast mindful of the fact that by 4pm all cars were to be off the road. The wind was howling and very cold along the shoreline – the wind was coming off the Atlantic so it was full on. I grabbed some beach shots before I found a bed and breakfast in Winthrop Beach. I was a block away from the ocean. That night I went out in very cold conditions – no car, just me walking around – and got a few shots of the howling wind/snow under eerie red light. Reminds me of the John Carpenter Movie “The Thing”. The next morning we had 2 feet of snow and it kept coming down. I walked outside and it was an endless landscape of photographic possibilities. You just couldn’t take a bad picture. I took one shot of a guy digging a tunnel to his car front door with an ambulance going by. Everything was covered in snow – especially the cars that looked like a

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50 thoughts on “Impressive Blizzard Nemo Video from Ground Zero!




  1. This is like 4 normal months of every year of my life for 16 years now… Only the sweetening tastes of beer and Maple syrup can Sooth A canadians sanity for good.




  2. “This is normal in Newfoundland” LMAOO that’s what my aunt said, she’s like I don’t get why there bitching.


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  4. Maybe this storm will teach them to be like us out here in SD and bury all their electrical cables. A large majority of the ones in town and just outside of towns are buried.








  5. I was living in Providence R.I. when we got hit with blizzard of 1978 and Nemo wasn’t even close to that. It took 7 days before anyone drove in the city.



  6. I would, cause it IS an average snowfall. Get a parka and some snow boots, you’ll be fine. What you don’t realize is Canada has no need to put this out there to the world as we get this all the time, this is the norm, and its pretty fun to play in!
    p.s. snowing in Sudan is more of a natural air conditioning that was lonnnnnng overdue… no? Besides, if it DID snow there even if only a few times a year, the moisture would make for bountiful lands. 🙂





  7. This is like 4 normal months of every year of my life for 16 years now… Only the sweetening tastes of beer and Maple syrup can Sooth A canadians sanity for good.




  8. “This is normal in Newfoundland” LMAOO that’s what my aunt said, she’s like I don’t get why there bitching.


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  10. Maybe this storm will teach them to be like us out here in SD and bury all their electrical cables. A large majority of the ones in town and just outside of towns are buried.








  11. I was living in Providence R.I. when we got hit with blizzard of 1978 and Nemo wasn’t even close to that. It took 7 days before anyone drove in the city.



  12. I would, cause it IS an average snowfall. Get a parka and some snow boots, you’ll be fine. What you don’t realize is Canada has no need to put this out there to the world as we get this all the time, this is the norm, and its pretty fun to play in!
    p.s. snowing in Sudan is more of a natural air conditioning that was lonnnnnng overdue… no? Besides, if it DID snow there even if only a few times a year, the moisture would make for bountiful lands. 🙂


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