Cars after Friday's Storm (snow Spring ). Photo by yooper90

Cars after Friday's Storm

Uploaded by: yooper90

Friday April 4, 2014

Houghton, MI (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Houghton got buried in snow this Friday. I'm quite confident in saying that it was the most snow we've gotten in a 24 hour period this year, and it waited until April to happen!

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About yooper90

yooper90

I live in the town of Escanaba, which is located in beautiful Yooperland, better known as the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Summers here are short and cool, and the winters are not extremely cold but they sure are snowy in some areas! I love all aspects of life in the northwoods. I am not an avid photographer. In fact, I do all of my shooting with a slightly modified point and shoot Canon camera. Still, when the opportunity for a good shot presents itself, I try my best to take advantage. My favorite natural occurrence to photograph is the aurora.

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