Report-It Recap: #Blizzard2015

A seal sunning itself on the ice in Old Lyme before the Blizzard of 2015 begins (WTNH / Report-It / Cynthia Kovak)

(WTNH) — Connecticut is not a big state, but a storm like this shows how much the weather can vary from one side to the other.

Blizzard 2015 did less in the west, but was a beast in the east, with some pretty impressive measurements.

You filled up the Report!t inbox with photos and video as soon as the first flakes started flying, and the photos poured in from all over the state. This is merely a small sample of the hundreds we received.

We expect the shots of your decks, and we know we’ll see covered cars. Nancy in Griswold showed us snow through the window. Debbi in Griswold shot snow through the door.

Roberta in Old Lyme showed us a snow covered statue, and what it looks like in summer.

The snow was deep enough in Ledyard to bury a mailbox. It was tough to even find it in the photo!

We saw happy smiling kids, cool snow forts, and a blue snowman in Branford.

And Anthony took out the toys to have a little fun in the snow.

Did someone say fun? 

Olive loves the snow, so does Jennifer’s dog Cooper, and Libby’s dog Maya, though she gets pretty tired afterwards.

Blizzard — that’s Louisa’s dog’s name — decided to sleep in today.

The snow may too deep for Bella’s dogs, and Paul’s cat prefers watching through the window.

And at one point, we even saw the sun!

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