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  • Video footage of Couple Walking In Heavy Lake Effect Snow Video footage of a couple walking in heavy lake effect snow in Chardon Ohio in the quaint town square. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch across Lake Erie -- this effect is called a "training effect ...
  • SUV Flipped Over In A Blizzard Video film footage of a SUV flipped over in a blizzard. This was filmed along Interstate 90 in Northeast Ohio in the heart of the snowbelt where they usually receive over 100 inches of snowfall a year. The road departments do a great job of keeping the roads clear so emergency vehicles - - like ambulance's and fire truck's - - can help save lives. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this ...
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  • SUV Flipped On It's Side Video film footage of an SUV flipped on it's side along SR 11 in Ashtabula County during a Winter Storm Warning in heavy lake effect snow. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch across Lake Erie -- this ...
  • Video of Heavy Lake Effect Snow Video of Heavy Lake Effect Snow on 12-28-09. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch across Lake Erie -- this effect is called a "training effect" because the snow band looks like a train track (long, very ...
  • Dude - - Where's My Car ??? Dude - - Where's My Car ??? A man digs out his car after a blizzard in Northeast Ohio dumps 2 feet of snow overnight. This is in the heart of the snowbelt where they usually receive over 100 inches of snowfall a year. The road departments do a great job of keeping the roads clear so emergency vehicles - - like ambulance's and fire truck's - - can help save lives. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The ...
  • Where E. coli lurks [CNN: 5-31-2011] Subscribe for daily health news. Like/Dislike, Favorite, Comment, Embed on Blog, Facebook Share, and Tweet this video. Get the word out on this video. - Tuesday May 31 2011 4:02 pm Lake Erie ( /ˈɪri/; French: Lac Érié) is the fourth largest lake (by surface area) of the five Great Lakes in North America, and the thir***th largest globally. It is the southernmost, shallowest, and smallest by volume of the Great Lakes and therefore also has the shortest average water residence time. It is bounded on the north by the Canadian province of Ontario, on the south by the US states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York, and on the west by the state of Michigan. The lake is named after the Erie tribe of Native Americans who lived along its southern shore. The outflow from the lake provides hydroelectric power to Canada and the US as it spins huge turbines at Niagara Falls. Canadian writer Chad Fraser in his book Lake Erie Stories, refers to the region as a 'sun-drenched, nearly tropical retreat'. The novelist and poet Margaret Atwood described Lake Erie with these words:Lake Erie (42. 2° N, 81. 2° W) has a mean elevation of 571 feet (174 m) above sea level. It has a surface area of 9940 square miles (25745 km²) with a length of 241 miles (388 km) and breadth of 57 miles (92 km) at its widest points. It is the shallowest of the Great Lakes with an average depth of 62 feet (19 m) and a maximum depth of 210 feet (64 m). For comparison, Lake Superior has an average ...
  • The Shallowest Grave V7+ This is just an absurdly awesome climb I just put up here in Newtown CT. I'm not really For "Eliminate climbs" But when I put this one up is turned out to be one of the coolest problems I have ever done. Either way, if everything is on it's still a V6. If anyone wants to come through my problem Please send me a message. I will be much more then happy to go out there and put my meat hooks on this problem again. There is also a project that extends this problem a good 9 feet deeper in the cave. Which I plan on working this fall.
  • Video Footage of Winter Storm Warning ; Heavy Snowfall ; Part 1 Video film footage of heavy lake effect snow. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch across Lake Erie -- this effect is called a "training effect" because the snow band looks like a train track (long, very ...
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  • Video of Polar Bear Plunge Video of Polar Bear Plunge on frozen Lake Erie (February of 2010) filmed while heavy snow was blowing off Lake Erie -- the wind chill was 5 degrees with the water temp was 32. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a ...
  • Video footage of 2011 Polar Bear Plunge - - Lake Erie Video footage of the 2011 Polar Bear Plunge. This was filmed on 2/26/11 on the shores of frozen Lake Erie -- water temp was 32 degrees. The town was Geneva-on-the-Lake(OH) and hosts this event every year. The slogan of this Polar Bear Plunge was " Freezin For A Reason " -- it raises money for Special Olympics and was put on by Ohio Law Enforcement. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this ...
  • Horses Running In Heavy Snow Video film footage of horses running in heavy snow. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch across Lake Erie -- this effect is called a "training effect" because the snow band looks like a train track (long ...
  • Video footage of car stuck in snow ; spinning it's tires Video footage shows near whitout conditions during a Winter Storm Warning. This footage shows a car stuck in the snow spinning it's tires. After I filmed this person, I dug out all the snow around the 4 wheels & was able to push her out as she rocked the car back and forth. This was filmed on 2-25-11 in the heart of the snowbelt in Northeast Ohio where they usually receive over 100 inches of snowfall a year. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores ...
  • Father & Daughter Shoveling Very Deep Snow Video film footage of a father & daughter shoveling very deep snow during an intense lake effect snow storm warning. The wind chill was -5 degrees -- it was very cold. This was filmed off the shores of Lake Erie in Northeast Ohio in the heart of the snowbelt where they usually receive over 100 inches of snowfall a year. The road departments do a great job of keeping the roads clear so emergency vehicles - - like ambulance's and fire truck's - - can help save lives. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor ...
  • Video Footage Digging Out From Blizzard , 12-14-10 This video footage shows people digging out from a blizzard where they were buried in snow. This was filmed on 12-14-10 in the heart of the snowbelt in Northeast Ohio. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch ...
  • Lake Erie - The Shallowest Of The Great Lakes Lake Erie is the southernmost, shallowest, and smallest by volume of the five Great Lakes, and it is the eleventh largest lake in the world by surface area of 25700 sq. km. (9910 sq. miles) with a length of 241 miles (388 km) and breadth of 57 miles (92 km) at its widest points. Lake Erie is the shallowest of the Great Lakes with an average depth of 62 feet (19 m) and a maximum depth of 210 feet (64 m) which is allowing it to heat up in the summer and freeze in the winter. It is bounded on the north by the Canadian province of Ontario, on the south by the US states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York, and on the west by the state of Michigan. The lake is named after the Erie tribe of Native Americans who lived along its southern shore. Visit for more info...
  • Video Footage Volunteer Firemen Going Into Burning House Video footage of volunteer firemen going into burning house. Filmed on 12-17-10. Brave firefighters trying to save lives. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch across Lake Erie -- this effect is called a ...
  • 35mm DOF adapter using large format lenses this is what you get with a 150mm large format lens, viewed from the camcorder through an improvised 35mm adapter. Of course this is not different from using a 150mm lens made for the 35mm format, but just imagine it with a 4x5" ground glass instead of that 42mm screen made of PLASTIC BAGS.. with this solution I can get either the finest grain (de to the larger glass surface) and the shallowest depth of field ever with a normal field of view.
  • Video Footage Ohio Blizzard & Auto Accidents on 12/13/10 Video footage of an Ohio blizzard. Many car accidents caused by blizzard. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch across Lake Erie -- this effect is called a "training effect" because the snow band looks ...
  • Stuck Behind an Amish Buggy in a Blizzard Video film footage of an Amish buggy near Middlefield,OH during a Winter Storm Warning in heavy lake effect snow. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch across Lake Erie -- this effect is called a "training ...
  • Video Footage of Huge Ice Sculpture Video footage of a huge ice sculpture filmed in Northeast Ohio in January of 2011. The huge ice sculpture was 26 feet high and had a circumference of 90 feet. The weight of the solid pure ice sculpture was estimated at 85000 pounds. The children of the creator had a fun time trying to climb to the top of this giant ice sculpture. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows ...
  • Video of Fire Truck & Ambulance Responding To Accidents Video footage of a fire truck and ambulance responding to car accidents caused by heavy lake effect snow in Chardon, Ohio. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch across Lake Erie -- this effect is called a ...
  • Freaky Late March Snow Video film footage of a freaky late March heavy snow in Northeast Ohio (Geneva). This was filmed on 3/30/11in the heart of the snowbelt in Northeast Ohio where they usually receive over 100 inches of snowfall a year. The road departments do a great job of keeping the roads clear so emergency vehicles - - like ambulance's and fire truck's - - can help save lives. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The ...
  • Video Heavy Lake Effect Snow -- Man Walking His Dog Video footage of a man walking his dog in heavy lake effect snow. This was filmed in Chardon, OH. The dog in this video clip was a wolf/husky mix, was pure white and absolutely beautiful. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and ...
  • 9-28-10-Short hunt & Shallow Silvers Went on a short hunt yesterday night. A scouting hunt. So, it was short. But, we found stuff to confirm that its an area we need to hit again. I dug the shallowest silver dime, a 1948 "S" I have ever dug. Just barely two inches!! Also dug a catholic pendant that turned out to be silver. and had a worn gold plate on it. it rang really nice. but it was so dirty I assumed it was copper. first silver I have seen that dirty. See the rest of the finds at the website. Its starting to grow. And its going to hold a wealth of information for all you new detectorists, as well as seasoned vets. Cheers! If this does above address gives you ***. Use Idighistory.co.nr
  • Woman Falling on Ice -- Twice Video footage of a woman falling on snow covered ice -- twice. She was uninjured and was laughing at herself after she fell. After she fell the first time on the snow covered ice, she fell a second time when she was trying to get up. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp ...
  • Converge- Locust Reign I don`t own this!! Converge is a four-piece band from Salem, Massachusetts. Playing a blend of *** punk and extreme metal since 1990, Converge has helped to define many of the rudiments of the metalcore genre. Locust Reign Awaken from the bliss of sleep The daybreak haunts you in such a subtle light I hear them, they tell me these roads we have travelled fork up beyond the bend Beneath the flutter of desperate wings they sing a song of reclamation Where tomorrows hanging horizon interupts the hum of electrical towers Here, there are the shallow graves, the shallower romances and the shallowest of words still to be spoken and there you are with open ears Locust reign on your parade
  • The "Rapids" of Coon Rapids Just some video I shot from the Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park. Gives you a glimpse of the Mighty Mississippi as seen from Coon Rapids, Minnesota. A few excerpts from the historical marker erected by the Coon Rapids Historical Commision: "... Near here, a small village sprang up during construction of the [Dam]... Approximately 1000 residents of the village worked in around-the-clock shifts to build the dam. This spot known as Coon Rapids Creek (later shortened to Coon Rapids) was chosen since it is at one of the shallowest points in the river. Raccoons populated these shallow waters. The dam required 42000 cubic feet of concrete ... and generated electricity from 1919 to 1960."
  • Video Amazing Blizzard Footage + Accidents, Northeast Ohiio Video footage from 12-11-09 Blizzard from Northeast Ohio mostly along Interstate 90. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch across Lake Erie -- this effect is called a "training effect" because the snow ...
  • Shallow Depth with a f4 lens - Lightenupandshoot A couple tricks to getting the shallowest depth of field possible, even when your lens doesn't have an extremely wide aperture!
  • Late March Heavy Snow in Northeast Ohio (Geneva) Video footage of late March heavy snow in Northeast Ohio (Geneva). This was filmed on 3/30/11in the heart of the snowbelt in Northeast Ohio where they usually receive over 100 inches of snowfall a year. The road departments do a great job of keeping the roads clear so emergency vehicles - - like ambulance's and fire truck's - - can help save lives. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this ...
  • Amish Buggy Driving In Heavy Snow Video film footage of an Amish buggy near Middlefield,OH during a Winter Storm Warning in heavy lake effect snow. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold airmass blows across the waters of Lake Erie is called "fetch" so longer the fetch -- the heavier the snow esp when you get winds blowing out of the west and you get a long fetch across Lake Erie -- this effect is called a "training ...
  • 12" shallow subwoofer pioneer premier 350w RMS my 12" shallow pioneer premier subwoofer playing some rapsongs.built in a sealed box powered by a digital mono amp from rodek with 350w RMS
  • Alligator on Lake Okeechobee Lake Okeechobee in Florida, May 2007 when the lake was at it's shallowest. This alligator got stuck in a shallow spot.
  • Video Footage of Ambulance in Snow This video footage shows an ambulance driving in snow. This was filmed on 2-25-11 in the heart of the snowbelt in Northeast Ohio. where they usually receive over 100 inches of snowfall a year. The road departments do a great job of keeping the roads clear so emergency vehicles - - like ambulance's and fire truck's - - can help save lives. Feel free to check out other exclusive video in this playlist like blizzards, winter storm/lake effect storm warnings, car accidents, icy roads, fire trucks, ambulances, people falling on ice/digging out, heavy snow/kids playing in snow, huge ice sculture 26 feet high - 90 feet around & 85000 lbs, cars stranded, vehicles flippped over, winds blowing over 50 mph, kids shoveling snow, people walking in heavy snow, cars stuck in snow spinning their tires. Most is from Northeast Ohio which is in the heart of the snowbelt which usually gets over 100 inches of snow a yr. On avg, Lake Erie is only 62 feet deep (shallowest of the Great Lakes). So in the summer months, the water temps rise to the high 70's since it's so shallow. These water temps are still warm when the cold polar fronts come in from Canada called Alberta Clippers during the winter months. Lake effect snow is heavy in Nov/Dec when the water temps are still warm and these Clippers blow across the long expanses of warm lake water picking up water vapor, freezing it then dropping it as snow on the leeward shores of Lake Erie especially in Northeast Ohio. The distance this cold ...
  • Eugene Fire Dept. shallow run with Riddle Marine Eugene Fire Department runs their new jet boat (built by Riddle Marine) in the shallowest parts of the McKenzie River. Model: RM Xtreme 16ft.
  • JL Audio HD750/1 & JL Audio 13TW53 HD750/1 There have been many attempts at creating well-behaved, full-range switching amplifier designs. As it stands today, there are several good technologies to choose from... but there is one that we believe stands out above all others... its called Single Cycle Control™ and it is central to our new HD amplifiers. Weve mated this revolutionary core technology to our legendary RIPS power supply, advanced thermal management systems and a full complement of studio-grade processing features to put the all-new JL Audio HD amplifiers in a performance class all their own. Of course, being Class D switching amplifiers, you can expect low current draw and a very compact chassis (and you wont be disappointed on either front). But, what makes the HD amplifiers really special only becomes clear when you listen to one 13TW53 TW5 Subwoofer Drivers Creating great sounding bass is not that difficult when the available space in the vehicle is generous and you use high quality drivers. When space is limited (like in stealthy custom installations or behind the seats of a truck or sports car), achieving excellent low frequency performance becomes far more challenging. One way to deal with this is to use small subwoofer drivers, like our 6.5-inch or 8-inch models, but if the goal is higher output bass than the small drivers can comfortably deliver, a more potent solution is needed. This is precisely where the new TW5 subwoofers slot into the lineup, offering groundbreaking performance in ...
  • Baywolf prototype boat shallow draft. Complete video of testing for a 4 1/2" shallow drafting bay boat, looking for irregularities in occilation, listing, leveling, displacement, hydrostatic drag, manueverability at high speeds, full throttle spin outs, and hole shot. Baywolf bay boat texas shallow sal***er laguna madre south padre island flats sport fishing redfish backcountry fish
  • Kim Kardashian is ***y, But ... !?!? ***yzing Kim Kardashian's tweets on twitter. $THANKS FOR SHARIN, LIKIN, FAVOURITIN and SUBBIN$ WATCH THE HOUR-LONG TRIKE-PERFORMANCE ON GERMAN TV "KEEP ON TRUCKIN" OUTRO BY: GO say hi to him from me and SUBSCRIBE Kim Kardashian has the shallowest tweets in the world. Kim Kardashian dissed "*** Mom" (even though it doesn't exactly "glorify" *** pregnancy), yet she got famous with her notorious *** tape with Rob J? Kim Kardashian is shallow and vein. Let's face it. Her tweets make that abundantely clear. If you agree, please THUMB UP this video. Let's make this world a place for happy, thoughtful, productive people, not shallow douchebags. CLICK to TWEET: Follow me on: TWITTER: DAILYBOOTH: FACEBOOK: /pages/Trike/10486978060 WEBSITE (CDs, merch and downloads): MYSPACE