– Snow dump is still 59 feet (18 m) high (Ice Age Now, Aug 12, 2014):
That’s five stories! – Includes video
Wiinnipeg’s Kenaston snow dump is still 18 metres (59 feet) high even though it’s a full week into August.
Jim Berezowsky, Winnipeg’s manager of streets maintenance, says it’s not unusual for snow at the dump sites to survive into August. But this year, he’s seeing more snow than usual. “It is significantly higher than in years past,” Berezowsky told CTV’s Canada AM on Friday. “We didn’t receive the extreme heat that we usually do.”
Thanks to Terry Homeniuk, Ralph Fato and many others for this link
“The story has 2 videos one after another the first a local story and the second a national story), so bear with the commercial in between,” says Terry.