Following a foot of snowfall the Greater Lafayette, IN region begins recovery as the coldest airmass in 20 years descends upon the area with -15 air temperatures and a Wind Chill Warning for -30 to -45 wind chills. All video shot in Lafayette and West Lafayette, IN around Purdue University campus.
Scene 1: American flag with diamond dust display including halo, sundogs.
Scene 2: Birds eating old apples during the heaviest snowfall.
Scene 3: Man shoveling snow at sunrise.
Scene 4: Snowman on bench.
Scene 5: Snowplow in early morning.
Scene 6: Snow Emergency Route sign with traffic.
Scene 7: Drifting of snow on bridge before sunrise.
Scene 8: Traffic in near white-out conditions in blowing snow.
Scene 9: Snowplow from bridge overpass.
Scene 10: Girl shoveling snow for parking spot.
Scene 11: Bike rack full of snow covered bikes.
Scene 12: Car entombed in snow drift.
Scene 13: Bobcat clearing sidewalk.
Scene 14: Heavy equipment dumping snow in dump truck.
Scene 15: Car entombed in snow on major road way.
Scene 16: Heavy equipment clearing snow with entombed car in foreground.
Scene 17: Residential building with Sun optics in sky above.
Scene 18: Dramatic industrial smoke stack with atmospheric optics including, Halo, Sundogs, circumzenithal arc.
Scene 19: Tippecanoe Courthouse with snow on trees.
Scene 20: Tippecanoe Courthouse with snow on trees.
Scene 21: Man walking in down town Lafayette.
Scene 22: Wabash river with Ice flow.
Scene 23: Wabash River with bridge and ice flow.
Scene 24: Sundial with American flag.
Scene 25: Sundial with atmospheric optics in background.