Here is the new Shaq-o-meter with the addition of Nate Robinson who is buried after yesterday’s snow, sheet, rain mix.
So how much snow is there? We have piles at corners. Snow is taking up a travel lane on many streets where the piles are now extending out into the parking spaces forcing cars to park in the right hand travel lane. I’m waiting for the day when we have single lane roads and cars yield to each other. Walking is difficult. Where the sidewalks are cleared, one can walk, but beware when you have to cross a street. No wonder people are walking in the streets!
Boston is now at 60.3 inches for the season and counting. Nothing to do but to have some fun with it all.
We measure the snow level against Shaquille O’Neal. http://www.boston.com/news/weather/graphics/2011_snowfall/?p1=News_links
In 1995-1996, I think we used Robert Parrish.
And we save our precious parking spaces. As removed snow takes up more and more space this becomes more and more critical. Yes, we all know that we technically have 48 hours after the last snowfall before the space saver is in danger of removal and we all know of the person who saves their space long after any trace of snow has disappeared, but right now it is a matter of survival to save the space in front of the house. It is so bad, I had to tell my sister she had to find somewhere else to stay this weekend because there was no parking for her car.
I think this person is cheating because they really didn’t clear the space, but then look at the mound behind the chair.
It is supposed to snow a couple of inches tonight and maybe more next Wednesday. Shaq is going to be buried before winter ends.