Brrr… Snowed In, People Share Mind Blowing Photos Of The Blizzard

It’s all eerily white and bitterly cold with only a sprinkling of adventurous souls venturing out.

Juno 2015

Winter Storm Juno has enveloped the United States from Long Island to New England with heavy snow, high winds and even dreaded coastal flooding.

Parts of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Rhode Island picked up more than 25 inches of snow. In fact, in Lunenburg, Massachusetts, up to 36 inches of snow fell.

Here’s what people have been sharing.

Warning: You need a scarf and some serious woolies to go through these:


Back home in #Mattituck on the #NorthFork of #LongIsland #Juno #NOFO photo courtesy of Mom!

A photo posted by @cstraub4 on


#blizzard #snow #Connecticut #ct #killingly #backyard #woods

A photo posted by @misstaylahh on

Check Out: How The Northeast Plans To Survive The Dreaded Snowstorm

What’s more, the snow is not likely to let up any time soon.

"We're not out of this yet. We're trying to get ahead of it," says Boston Mayor Marty Walsh. "We just keep plowing."

The governor of Massachusetts feels the same way and calls the storm “a historic event."

Here’s hoping everyone stays safe and sound.

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