#tucsonblizzard reports of a band of rampaging yetis coming down from the mountains. oh god they are at the door, someone hel..........
— Carlos Wilhelm (@BeardlyManstach) February 20, 2013
So it appears that we are now, finally, in the clear, Tucson. The Storm of the Century of the Decade has blown through Southern Arizona, and it appears that Sonoran Superstorm Sofia (trademark pending, probably) has moved on.
Still, in the wake of S3, a number of questions have been left unanswered: who is still here to tend to the lawless, frozen hellscape in which we now reside? How long until we rise from the ashes of what we now call the Cold Pueblo? Who will sponsor the tribute concert in honor of the victims of the #TucsonBlizzard?
Okay, that's enough. The snowfall yesterday and last night was great fun for everyone (aside from the folks who were treated for hypothermia), and we've got the Tweets to prove it. Below the jump, the best of #TucsonBlizzard 2013.
The jokes on everyone going out of town to sk/snowboard. Looks like ill be able to hit the slopes on my road #tucsonblizzard
— ryan mchenry (@ryannmchenry) February 20, 2013
#TucsonBlizzard keeping me from going to class... yea, we'll go with that one
— Eric Eisner (@eeisner512) February 20, 2013
Cat transfixed by impassable Winter Wonderland #tucsonblizzard #meh twitter.com/FookShow/statu…
— fook (@FookShow) February 20, 2013
The kids in the schoolyard near my house are either shrieking about playing in the snow or eating each other. #tucsonblizzard #apocalypse
— Ian Wilson (@TedLyons) February 20, 2013
They are rationing the strange meats at the carniceria #tucsonblizzard
— dummy (@elzw) February 20, 2013
'I knew this day would come. I'm finally popular and wanted!' — every IT guy in every office who hoards food in his cubicle #tucsonblizzard
— Brian Pedersen (@realBJP) February 20, 2013
Damn, I gotta make good on all those thing that I said I'd do, when I ended it with "...when hell freezes over" #TucsonBlizzard
— Jerry Morgan (@Mr_Bimble) February 20, 2013
We've sent reporters to cover the #Tucsonblizzard None have returned — reports of cannibalism rampant!
— Dr. DooDah (@DrDooDah) February 20, 2013
Remember to be politically correct when tweeting about the #TucsonBlizzard. The flakes are not big & fat, they are just big boned #Tucson
— SCO (@TucsonSco) February 20, 2013
Check out this view from my office in Tucson. Stay warm out there Southern Arizona! #TucsonBlizzard twitter.com/RepRonBarber/s…
— RepRonBarber (@RepRonBarber) February 20, 2013
Snow in the desert #tucsonblizzard twitter.com/azcatgal/statu…
— AZCatgal (@azcatgal) February 20, 2013
The snow is melting. This is nothing like the Great #TucsonBlizzard of Ought Seven, when it stayed for a day, bodies stacked like cord wood.
— guymac (@guymac) February 20, 2013
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