The blizzard we’ve all been waiting for is among us. Most of us are probably hibernating from the arctic tundra outside our window, happily obliging to indoor advisories. While some are perfectly calm, others took to Twitter to share their fears and concerns about the #snowpacalypse.
People are not just starting to freak out today. It most likely started yesterday, if not earlier, when Bostonians began clearing the food off every possible shelf and stocking up their refrigerators.
— Sarah French (@SarahSFrench) January 26, 2015
— Izzie in a Tizzy (@izziebot) January 26, 2015
Some definitely have their priorities right on point. Cookie dough is a food group, right?
My mom told me to prepare for the blizzard so I bought a massive bin of cookie dough. — Taylor Rosenberger (@TaylorJRose) January 26, 2015
As if the weather wasn’t enough of an issue, the madness surged when Facebook went offline for just over an hour.
Facebook is down,instagram is down, blizzard is hitting the east coast are these signs of the apocalypse?
— Curtis Sheehan (@CurtisSheehan) January 27, 2015
It was a real tragedy.
But thankfully, it didn’t last too long.
Our brief national nightmare is over: Facebook appears to be back online: http://t.co/6fdKLamxpq
— Gigaom (@gigaom) January 27, 2015
Now that Facebook is up and running again, people quickly returned tweeting about the weather. But, of course it has nothing to do with Mother Nature.
But, clearly not everyone was sympathetic to snow storm Juno.
The east coast has always been a drama queen when it comes to snowfall. The midwest routinely deals with storms much worse than theirs.
— LG (@LanceGordon) January 27, 2015
You know you’re from buffalo when you laugh at #Juno and call it “just another day in January”
— mb (@mattybyke) January 27, 2015
Regardless, there’s only one way to survive this snowstorm.
Im staying in my warm bed all day Idc Idc
— ✨ (@_jujubee_) January 27, 2015
And Boston, remember to keep your car parked, and with a bit of luck, it won’t be completely covered with a blanket of snow.
— WCVB-TV Boston (@WCVB) January 27, 2015