Just a little something from this morning after the moon set before the morning civil twilight when the Auroras were dancing in the sky.
I know I said I was going to update my blog a lot more then I have, yeah well, been busy with work and putting all my energy and time towards StormChaingVideo.com the facebook pages, the social media sites, the other stuff and life.
I'm going to be working on a site overhaul this summer with more stock photos and video stuff. Until then, I'll try to get more updates about what I have been up to.
Saturday I was woken up with the calls about thunderstorms and flooding. Yes, it has been flooding a bit here in Central Minnesota.
Ok just getting caught up on the personal blog about what has been happening in the last month. Winter is finally over but I think we will have one more major winter storm in northern Minnesota before the end of this month.
Ben and I survived the road trip across the country and we set the record for being the first to live stream across the United States of America and to live stream across the USA on Youtube Live. It took 45 hours from Time Square in NYC with non stop driving to Venice Beach Pier in California.
March, 20 2014
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I can't believe it has been two month's.
On the last day of February 2014, spring seems as if it is still month's away instead of just week's away as another round of winter weather impacts southern Minnesota.
B-Roll footage in the evening at sunset around Albert Lea, MN of the snow storm along Interstate 35. Various scenes of traffic and snow plows on the interstate.
B-Roll footage from around Minneapolis, MN of people around the uptown area and Lake Harriet in the sub zero weather around noon today.
Various shots of people out and about looking cold.
A powerful weather system is hitting the upper midwest area again with winds up to 45 miles per hour across Minnesota and causing ground blizzard conditions.
Various footage shot on the Stearns County and Polk County area from Sauk Centre to Glenwood, MN.
Clip 1 MNDot Snow Plow on highway 71 trying to clear the snow drifts growing across the road.
The powerful ground blizzard and sub zero temperatures are still impacting much of central Minnesota this evening with wind gusts near 50 miles per hour.
The blowing and drifting snow is making travel around the region dangerous as many of the rural roads have become impassible due to the drifting snow.
As the month of February is coming to an end, the weather is normally suppose to be warming up in Minnesota. The Minnesota Department of Natural ice fishing house removal deadline is only a week away on March 3rd.