City of Snow: Feb. 4, 2013

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Published on February 04, 2013

Snow was falling thick and fast for several hours on Monday, slowing traffic and forcing pedestrians to brush snow off their heads and hats after being outside for just a few short minutes.

Published on February 04, 2013

Janelle and Winston McKenzie struggle through the snow-covered streets of downtown Prince Albert on Monday afternoon. Snow fell continuously for several hours on Monday, although temperatures were relatively mild, hovering around - 15 C for most of the day.

Published on February 04, 2013

Good Samaritans were out to challenge the aftermath of Sunday's wallop of snow. This SUV began to spin out on Central Avenue around noon on Monday. Within seconds two men who had just parked their own vehicle, ran into the road and began to push. However, the car thoroughly mired and they could not quite budge it, but with 30 seconds two more pedestrians saw the struggling SUV and leaped to the aid of the other two men. The vehicle was freed and a good deed was done with a little laughter and a lot of muscle.

Published on February 04, 2013

Success!

Published on February 04, 2013

Pedestrians have to navigate snow removal machinery on Central Avenue.

Published on February 04, 2013

Snow removal crews worked for hours just to clear the ridge of snow in the middle of Central Avenue on Monday Jan. 28.

Published on February 04, 2013

During all four seasons?

Published on February 04, 2013

Navigating the ridges in Downtown Prince Albert is an extra effort.

While it is only the beginning of February, the city and area has already surpassed the annual average snowfall of 110 centimetres. People of all ages are out valiantly shoveling their driveways and walkways. Yet to little avail, as within an hour or a night they are thickly coated by another skim of the white fluffy stuff.

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