Snowmageddon noon-hour video review

Below are time-lapse movies of the south end of the Stevens Place triangle park, squeezed down to about a minute per hour, taken during the hour between 12:00pm and 1:00pm each day from December 13th through December 28th.

It’s interesting to watch the evolution of the snow. It starts so innocently. (Click the “More” link for following two weeks of video.)

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December 13th, a dry December day.
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December 14th, a manageable dusting.


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December 15th, bright and sunny, the streets are cleared.

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December 16th, more December sun, a little less snow hanging around.
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December 17th, the snow is almost gone, but the winds are stirring. It's dark and cloudy.
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December 18th, WHOMP! Thick snow blankets the park and streets. Time to play.
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December 19th, bright, clear, and chilly. The snow is still thick on the side streets. Clouds roll by southward.
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December 20th, gray skies again. Streets still solid white.
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December 21st, more snow. Getting kinda of deep!
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December 22nd, a hunk of blue sky is seen, light wind, the snow as thick as ever.
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December 23rd, playing in the park under more gray skies. Beacon Avenue looks somewhat more traveled.
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December 24th, Christmas Eve. More snow.
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December 25th, Christmas Day. Ruts are showing on the side streets.
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December 26th, Boxing Day. Perhaps a little sloppier out.
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December 27th, significant melt-off, still very slushy.
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December 28th, almost clear!