I found these pictures I took during winter 2000-2001. Now, THAT was a winter that I do NOT want to repeat. I found this report One for the History Books:
The Winter of 2000–01 in St. John’s, Newfoundland by Bruce Whiffen with the Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment Canada, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland, Canada. To quote Mr. Whiffen:
Canada’s most easterly city broke its all-time record for total snowfall, with 648.4cm (more than 21 feet), making it not only the highest total snowfall over 130 years of record but also the highest all-time snowfall among all major Canadian cities.
Below are some pictures that I took that winter in Paradise, a bedroom community of St. John’s.
Here are some pictures of one of a late-January storm: