Another image I liked from the same series – this time from the opposite end of the breakwall.
Yesterday I mentioned the “lake effect machine” with respect to both rain and snow. I was a little surprised to learn on last night’s news that Oswego, NY got over 4″ of rain from this weekend’s little event. (In case you didn’t know, Oswego sits on the southeast corner of Lake Ontario, just to the northeast of Syracuse. In the winter, it receives an average of about 140″ of snow because of it’s location.) That’s more rain than most of New England got from the passage of Hurricane Earl.