An Awesome Timelapse Video Captures The ‘Heavy Snow Lake Effect’ Over Buffalo Earlier This Week. Wow!

A solid wall of snow swallowed Buffalo, New York, on Tuesday, 18 November, in what meteorologists call a “heavy snow lake effect”. One guy managed to get the perfect vantage point to observe the rare phenomenon and captured it on video for the rest of us to appreciate.

This awesome video was uploaded on YouTube by user TheWeeShow under the title Time-Lapse of Buffalo Lake Effect Snow — Nov 18 2014. We are told that the by video was shot by “Jason Holler & Joseph DeBenedictis” and provided these additional details:

Video taken with Canon 5D from 31st Floor of One Seneca Tower in Downtown Buffalo, the tallest building in Buffalo.

People are absolutely loving it and the video has already been viewed more than 1.6 million times. Speaking for many, one viewer commented:

That was insane. The snow seems to have a mind of its own.

Yes, this is incredible. Here is the video:

And here are some images from the amazing storm front:

An Awesome Timelapse Video Captures The 'Heavy Snow Lake Effect' Over Buffalo Earlier This Week. Wow!

An Awesome Timelapse Video Captures The 'Heavy Snow Lake Effect' Over Buffalo Earlier This Week. Wow!

An Awesome Timelapse Video Captures The 'Heavy Snow Lake Effect' Over Buffalo Earlier This Week. Wow!

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