Here's another timelapse featuring the blizzard of 2011.  This was made using a wide angle lens so watching in HD is a must.  You can follow the youtube link here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YTcY5QY7BM
Taken overnight February 1st and morning of February 2nd from southwest Michigan . I left my interior garage lights on overnight which shines through the narrow windows in the door and onto the ground. You can see the shadows of these lights morph as the drifts out front twist, roll, and move. by morning the roads are cleared and so is the driveway, and of course with all that snow, it's playtime. In full screen you can also see the drifts forming and moving over the roads. All told we had peak gusts around 40 mph, approx 10-14 inches of snow, drifts up to 3 feet in some areas, and visibility was less than 1/8th of a mile at times. Taken overnight February 1st and morning of February 2nd from southwest Michigan . I left my interior garage lights on overnight which shines through the narrow windows in the door and onto the ground. You can see the shadows of these lights morph as the drifts out front twist, roll, and move. by morning the roads are cleared and so is the driveway, and of course with all that snow, it's playtime. In full screen you can also see the drifts forming and moving over the roads. All told we had peak gusts around 40 mph, approx 10-14 inches of snow, drifts up to 3 feet in some areas, and visibility was less than 1/8th of a mile at times.