Don Mong Doing Well Following 2022 New England Blizzard
Don Mong puts his snow blower to work following two feet of snow at their home in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. (Courtesy photo)

Mong doing well following New England Blizzard

Don and Sherry Mong shovel out following New England blizzard of 2022

EAST GREENWICH, Rhode Island – Greenville natives, Donald and Sherry Mong are doing well following the historic Blizzard of 2022 that blasted New England this weekend.

“We had about 2 feet of light powdery snow and blizzard conditions,” Mong said from his home in East Greenwich. “We didn’t lose power, the snow didn’t collect to the power lines.”

A powerful nor’easter left more than two feet of show in parts of Rhode Island bringing a Saturday travel ban to the state.

“We’ve had “nor’easters’ so many times it’s usually not a big surprise,” noted Mong.

After a widespread 15-25 inches of snow and wind gusts 40-70 mph, blizzard criteria were officially met this past weekend throughout New England.

EAST GREENWICH, Rhode Island – Greenville natives, Donald and Sherry Mong are doing well following the historic Blizzard of 2022 that blasted New England this weekend.

“We had about 2 feet of light powdery snow and blizzard conditions,” Mong said from his home in East Greenwich. “We didn’t lose power, the snow didn’t collect to the power lines.”

A powerful nor’easter left more than two feet of show in parts of Rhode Island bringing a Saturday travel ban to the state.

“We’ve had “nor’easters’ so many times it’s usually not a big surprise,” noted Mong.

After a widespread 15-25 inches of snow and wind gusts 40-70 mph, blizzard criteria were officially met this past weekend throughout New England.

 

Darke County Now Editor Gaylen Blosser

Gaylen Blosser / Publisher

Gaylen Blosser is a sports enthusiast and has covered high school sports for nearly 20 years in Southwest Ohio. Gaylen has been a media sportswriter while most recently serving as Sports Editor for the local newspaper and will now serve as editor of Darke County Now while continuing to cover athletics. Gaylen is an accomplished photographer who has captured thousands of athletes in action over the years and is the recipient of the OHSAA Friends of Athletes Award and OHSAA Respect the Game State Award. Contact Darke County Now Editor Gaylen Blosser at gblosser@darkecountynow.com or 937-459-9547.

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