Fri Nov 29 18:53:22 PST 2019
Peony farm in Susitna Valley gets 46'' snowfall
Mike and Paula Williams, the owners of EagleSong Family Peony Farm, have lived in their patch of land west of the Susitna River for 26 years, but they'd never experienced a snowfall quite like this.
46 inches of snow fell in the 36 hours they recorded - a half of a foot more than their previous unofficial record set back in 1994.
The snowfall was so dramatic, they couldn't record it all with one yardstick. Halfway through the blizzard, they had to clear off the table and reset their count.
Video courtesy of Mike and Paula Williams
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