Watch 15 inches of snow fall on Owatonna in two minutes [TIME-LAPSE VIDEO]
Okay, you've been giving us the finger all "spring," or whatever we're calling it these days. We get the (snow) drift.
It's May 3 in Minneapolis and it's snowing. Most of us regard that as an unfortunate development, but it's nothing compared to what happened in Owatonna Wednesday night into Thursday.
Over the course of that evening, 15 inches of snow fell in and around the southern Minnesota town. One resident filmed the carnage with a camera looking into the frontyard of his house, then converted it into a time-lapse video for the rest of us to enjoy from the warmth of our still-being-artificially-heated-in-early-May-what-the-hell homes.
Here it is:
Dear weather gods: We better have warm and sunny days well into November this year. You owe us, dammit.
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