Winter Storm Nemo is nearly through with the Northeastern U.S. By noon Saturday, Boston had received nearly two feet of snow, while areas of Connecticut had three feet on the ground.
Three feet in Connecticut? Does that mean trouble for the ESPN anchors? Actually, it looks like the Bristolheads and the rest of the sports world are just fine. They are out playing in the snow with their puppies, like anchor Scott Van Pelt and his pooch, Otis.
— Scott Van Pelt (@notthefakeSVP) February 9, 2013
Also, here’s CSN New England’s Molly McGrath hanging out in a snow pile.
— Molly McGrath (@MollyAMcGrath) February 9, 2013
Others weathering the storm were :
ESPN’s Todd Grisham, who had photos of the Bristol campus.
NBC Sports anchor Michelle Beadle scoping out buried cars in her neighborhood.
ESPN’s Sage Steele capturing pics of her husband’s agonizing shoveling task and her disappearing backyard furniture.
ESPN’s Andy Katz nearly losing his dog Lola.
ESPN’s Darren Rovell noting it is not good golfing weather.
ESPN’s Joe Lunardi watching the removal process.
ESPN anchor Jay Crawford being happy for his dog, Laila, but not happy about the snow.
ESPN’s Trey Wingo missing his backyard.
Athletes got into the Twitpic game, too. Boston Celtics star Paul Pierce was nearly balls deep in snow.
And, the most amazing Nemo snow picture comes as a retweet from New York Times reporter Brian Stelter. The snow drift outside the glass door in a Connecticut home looks to be nearly four feet high.