Photos

 

Winter weather 2008-2009

Photos of snow and ice storms in 2008 and 2009

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    Up to six inches of snow accumulates on Madison's near South Side February 21, 2009. (Send your photos to: jasonfischer@clearchannel.com)
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    A 19 foot tall snowman stands watch on Madison's West Side at the start of 2009.
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    The state Capitol on a snowy night in Madison. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    Clearing the snow from the state Capitol steps. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    Digging out from nine to 11 inches of snow in Madison the morning of December 19. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    A heavy workout for a snow blower on Madison's South Side. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    It's plow time! (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    Madsion Metro Transit service was running behind schedule for much of the morning. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    Not a car to be seen on the Beltine during the morning commute. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    Very little traffic on the Beltline mid-morning. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    A lone walker tries make his way around a snow covered street. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    A snowy streetscape in downtown Madison. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    A picture Christmas card photo. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    This is Turtle Creek near Beloit in the middle of the December 9 snow storm. (Photo: Jonna Carlson)
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    The deposit from the snow plow at the end of a driveway in De Forest - December 19. (Photo: John Thousand)
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    Less than five inches of snow accumulated south of Madison. (Photo: Jonna Carlson)
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    Driving to work in Madison during the December 9 snow storm. (Photo: Dave McCann)
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    Roads were snow covered and slippery for awhile after the December 9 snow storm. (Photo: Dave McCann)
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    It was a slow commute the morning of December 9. (Photo: Dave McCann)
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    Travel was not recommended. Most drivers stayed home. (Photo: Dave McCann)
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    Driving around Madison in the middle of the December 9 snowstorm. (Photo: Dave McCann)
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    December 9 was a rather quiet morning in downtown Madison. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    Business owners along State Street dig out. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    A plow and a front end loader help clean up downtown Madison. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    A front end loader helps move the snow around downtown Madison. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    The heavy snowfall calls for heavy machinery to clear sidewalks in downtown Madison. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    Snow piles begin to form in downtown Madison. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    A front end loader at work in downtown Madison. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    One of the snow piles on the state Capitol Square. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    A pile of snow in front of the state Capitol. (PHOTO: Bob Hague).
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    Some of the snow will eventually be moved elsewhere. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    It only took a few hours to clear most of the sidewalks in downtown Madison. (Photo: Bob Hague)
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    Driving and biking can be challenging during winter weather. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    A pile of snow in downtown Madison. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    Dogs seem to like the snow. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    Getting around in more than six inches of snow can be tricky. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    Snowblowers hummed all around Madison December 9. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    State Street is eerily quiet on December 9. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    A clear sidewalk greets State Street visitors. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    Madison streets crews working in tandem to keep the roads clear. (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    Snow covered ground. A day for the birds? (PHOTO: Bob Hague)
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    A couple of inches of new snow blankets a neighborhood on Madison's near South Side on December 6, 2008. (PHOTO: Submitted)
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    A road on Madison's near South Side is covered in snow the morning of December 6, 2008. (PHOTO: Submitted)