Residents in Menominee, Michigan, were digging out from two feet of snow on Tuesday, April 17, after a weekend spring storm.
The 24.5 inches of snow is the most that has fallen during one storm in the town, a news report said.
The National Weather Service described the storm as “once in a lifetime” and said it broke many records around Green Bay region, including being the second largest snowstorm to hit the region. Only a storm from 1888 had more snow.
The storm had blizzard-like conditions with wind gusts of 35-50 miles per hour, triggering scattered power outages.
This video shows the amount of snow in Menominee, which is on the Wisconsin state line.
The uploader stated the video was taken on First Street, which runs along the coast with Green Bay. Credit: furtonjo via Storyful.