Canadian woman name Lola Parsons woke up to a chilly surprise. She forgot to close her car window during a historic snowfall in Newfoundland.
Her car was full of snow. She said: “I was wondering why there was no snow around my car. Well, it is because I left the door open and all the snow is in the car.”
Residents all across Newfoundland is digging out of historic snowfall. As for Parson’s snowy situation, she just laughed it off. She can’t even get in the car because the car is full of snow.
The snow was so deep that she couldn’t even fit in the car. Record-Breaking snowfall in Newfoundland has left residents to dig themselves out from the snow.
St. John’s International Airport reported 76.2 cm (30 inches) of snow Friday. According to Environment Canada, breaking the previous daily snowfall record set on April 5, 1999, of 68.4 cm (26.93 inches).