Erie is buried under mountains of snow. It came down in buckets in the northwest Pennsylvania city starting Christmas Eve and has yet to relent. A chance of snow is in the forecast through at least early next week, which will pile on top of the five or six feet these residents already have in their front yards.
Although shoveling will be backbreaking for the adults, and the kids are annoyed because they’re already out of school for holiday break, there’s one demographic that is objectionably enthralled: the dogs.
The snow is up to their frozen little noses, but it’s not stopping them from diving into the piles.
The lake-effect snowstorm began on Christmas Eve and continued nearly nonstop over two days. The official 48-hour total was 58 inches at Erie International Airport, which is the largest two-day snow total in the state, beating out the 44 inches that fell in Morgantown in …