Snowdiculous: Top images from Minnesota's April snowstorm
After the winter we just endured, Minnesotans couldn't be blamed for experiencing some PTSD this morning when we woke up, saw white stuff on the ground, and heard the sound of ice being scraped off cars in driveways and on streets.
Of course, we tend to forget that the Twin Cities was rocked by a bigger snowstorm even later in the spring last year, but no matter -- it's mid-April and we don't deserve this crap anymore, dammit.
To help ease the pain a bit, we've compiled the best 10 April snowstorm-related images we've seen on Twitter below the jump.
10. Bonus points for the awesome hashtag
9. The north metro was hardest hit
8. Some were caught unprepared
7. Speaking of which -- shorts? Really, dude?
6. Others just couldn't be bothered to deal with it at all this morning
Yes, someone drove with that much snow on their car. Don't be lazy, brush it off. pic.twitter.com/uRyipPQsdS-- Kelly Eull (@keull) April 17, 2014
@JenDeJournett yes, I did. Protecting the identity of the lazy-- Kelly Eull (@keull) April 17, 2014
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5. Others took the opportunity to enjoy some winter/summer hybrid extreme sports
4. We agree with this artist's sentiment
3. Boys of
I think it's cold in Minnesota pic.twitter.com/Zzys8P0Yu5-- Melissa Couto (@ThrowinSmoke) April 16, 2014
2. Speaking of which, there's a doubleheader at Target Field today and good tickets are available!
Snow filled batters eye, lots of ice on field at Target Field. pic.twitter.com/gieF3N0Bg1-- Jim Souhan (@SouhanStrib) April 17, 2014
Temperature at first pitch was 31 degrees, the coldest ever for a Twins home game.-- Phil Miller (@MillerStrib) April 17, 2014
Yes. Old record was 32 degrees: May 2, 1967, Twins 13, Yankees 4, at Met Stadium. RT@h0megrown7 Including games at the old Met?-- Phil Miller (@MillerStrib) April 17, 2014
1. Hang in there -- this should be winter's last gasp
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