Here’s what winter storm Juno looked like through an Instagram lens

Just two days later, the wind had taken care of most of the snow on top of these downtown buildings, as illustrated by Instagram user @rjcloutier.
Just two days later, the wind had taken care of most of the snow on top of these downtown buildings, as illustrated by Instagram user @rjcloutier.
Instagram user @schaickit described this photo best as featuring “fresh snow and cotton candy skies.” Please note, we tried them, and they weren’t made of actual cotton candy.
Instagram user @schaickit described this photo best as featuring “fresh snow and cotton candy skies.” Please note, we tried them, and they weren’t made of actual cotton candy.
This green commute looks awfully white.
This green commute looks awfully white.
This shot from Instagram user @mcashion highlights one of the many uses of downtown Concord in a blizzard – bike track (cough:: overlooked Main Street redesign ideas ::cough).
This shot from Instagram user @mcashion highlights one of the many uses of downtown Concord in a blizzard – bike track (cough:: overlooked Main Street redesign ideas ::cough).

Winter storm Juno may not have been the crippling blizzard the weathermen wanted us to think it was, at least not in Concord (sorry, Nashua!), but it sure did make for some pretty pictures! We checked the old Instagram machine and found some of our favorites from the storm and its aftermath. F

Author: Keith Testa

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