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January 29, 2010

Dumas TX Winter Storm Photo Album [53 images]

Filed under: 2010 Jan 28 — Mike U @ 3:19 am

Below is an album of images shot on January 28, 2010 during the winter storm that produced 13.5″ of snow during the daytime and evening hours in Dumas, TX.  All images were shot around the hotel area on the south side of town, walking around on foot during the snowfall.  It was a challenge to keep the camera dry and to stay warm during the shoot times, but I think I came away with a good series of images that portray what it was like in Dumas during this awesome snowstorm.  Near-blizzard conditions were observed during the midday and afternoon hours as wind gusts occasionally reached 35 mph.  At the height of the storm, when the snowfall rate was around 2″ per hour, the combined rate of snowfall and blowing snow with the wind reduced visibility to 75 to 100 yards at times!

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