Time-Lapse Video Shows Superstorm Jonas Covering New York City In Just 90 Seconds

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Even though your TV screens and newsfeeds have probably been jam-packed with images and videos of Storm Jonas, it’s hard to grasp just how quickly and relentlessly this blizzard hit the East Coast.

Central Park received a colossal 68 centimeters (26.8 inches) of snow, making it the second-greatest snowfall in the city since 1869.

Filmed in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, this time-lapse video from Tech Insider shows the extent of the storm throughout the course of Saturday, January 23 – all in just 90 seconds.

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