Winter Storm Juno is almost here - in fact, for many, the storm has already begun. It's looking to be one of the worst of the season, and considering how badly Buffalo was buried late last year, such a statement isn't one people are taking lightly. Grocery stores are being cleaned out, businesses are closing and people are hunkering down for what is sure to be an absolutely disastrous storm.
Of course, when people hunker down, they head to the Internet. After all, there's only so much Netflix-binge-watching one can withstand, and after hours of being snowed in, people are going to want some one-on-one contact. If you can't go outside, the Internet is probably the safest place to talk to people, right?
As the saying goes, Twitter will be Twitter: millions of people are already snowed in, and as such, the social media site has exploded with memes and pictures about the storm. Let's just say that there's a reason that #Snowmageddon2015 is trending:
— Spencer Jakab (@Spencerjakab) January 26, 2015
Let this be a lesson to you all #blizzardof2015 pic.twitter.com/PjNpvdKmMn — Tommy West (@GothamTommy) January 26, 2015
Be safe on the roads today! Over 2 ft of snow is coming to the Hudson Valley #Snowmageddon2015 pic.twitter.com/mzvgVNdRrW — Kate OnAir (@katek104) January 26, 2015
At least people can still have fun in weather like this. Granted, there's not much anyone can do in such terrible weather (aside from maybe a snowball fight?), but times like these were made for sarcastic Internet memes!
— LRN 2 SHARK BRO (@CaptainSamQuint) January 26, 2015
Ohioans be like... #Snowmageddon2015 pic.twitter.com/HvlbbindBg — Ohio Problems (@OhioProbz) January 26, 2015
While it's expected that New York is going to get some of the worst the storm has to offer, Snowmageddon 2015 is so huge that the entire Northern half of the country is being effected - and could be worse than the Buffalo blizzard last year.
Valley Patriot Weather Forecast for the week #Snowmageddon2015 pic.twitter.com/lyN185YSEZ — Tommy Duggan (@ValleyPatriot) January 26, 2015
— Junior (@juicewithjunior) January 26, 2015
Then again, the Internet always knows what to do in times of crisis - drink until whatever is going on blows over.
#StormPrep for #Snowmageddon2015 @LawsonsFinest Sip @NewEnglandBrew Sea Hags & @LongTrailBeer Stand Out pic.twitter.com/UzmU5czyQj — A2K3D (@A2K3D) January 26, 2015
Ummm @NakedWines I live in #nyc and.....#Snowmageddon2015 pic.twitter.com/RqTJtYInp1 — Donna Hamilton (@dhamiltonwbal) January 26, 2015
To all those in the Northeast: stay safe, stay inside and stay warm.