Categories

  • xml | Bookmarks:

Winter weather
Date: 12/5/2011 Album ID: 1374143
Pages: 1 2
A motorist sits sideways on I-54 as snow pounds northeast El Paso Monday night. Bridges along I-54 became iced over quickly. Mark Lambie/El Paso Times
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
A motorist stands behind the pump to block the snow which was pounds the northeast Monday night. Mark Lambie/El Paso Times
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
Wind carrying snow flurries can be seen collecting and being swopped across Montana street during Monday night's rush hour.
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
Jennifer Reyes took cover under her hood as she walked near Cielo Vista Mall Monday.
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
Sarah Gil tried to catch tiny snowflakes on her tongue after classes at St. Pius X Catholic School Monday.
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
Frost covered grass in west El Paso Monday morning. Mark Lambie/EL Paso Times
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
A cactus was covered in frost Monday morning in west El Paso. Mark Lambie/El Paso Times
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
Frost covered grass, plants and vehicles Monday morning. Mark Lambie/El Paso Times
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
El Paso police blocked the entrance ramp to I-10 West at Copia after an SUV collided with a large sign during icy conditions Tuesday morning. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
El Paso police work a traffic accident on the eastbound lanes of I-10 at the Piedras overpass Tuesday morning. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
A barricade is set up on the east side of Woodrow Bean Trans Mountain Road to prevent drivers from traversing through it due to icy conditions Tuesday. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
A barricade is set up on the east side of Woodrow Bean Trans Mountain Road to prevent drivers from traversing through it due to icy conditions Tuesday. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
A view of Dyer Street at U.S. 54 Tuesday morning. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
West bound vehicles on U.S. 54 Patriot Freeway snake along slowly near the Diana exit ramps Tuesday. Icy road conditions and a closed Trans Mountain Road made the morning commute longer for many El Pasoans. Rudy Gutierrez/El Paso Times
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
From reader Melissa Silva: Hey EPTimes! Here is what happened at my house last night!
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
From reader Edward Sanchez: 3-4 inches of snow in the North East.
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
From reader Blanca: Hey eptimes I'm blanca and live in the northeast by irvin high school. This is what I woke up to. =)
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
From reader Blanca in Northeast El Paso
Email Page to FriendBuy this PhotoEnlarge this Photo
Pages: 1 2