Photo Gallery: Winter Storm 2022

by ENN Staff

The student journalists of the EPIC News Network are spread out across Oklahoma, much like this February winter storm. Depending on where you are reading from, the storm brought ice or snow and in some places it brought both. Take a look at the storm through the lenses of the ENN student journalists.

The view from a neighborhood in Mustang, (Alexis Adams/ENN).

HARRAH, OK by Jensen McKey

The snow beginning to fill up backyards in Yukon, (Nathan Arney/ENN).

In Muldrow, Haleigh Freeman is used to missing out on the snow, so when the storm began as ice she wasn’t surprised. However, Thursday dawned with a layer of powder in rural eastern Oklahoma.

Moving to the Northeast, ENN’s Grace Ann brings us the quiet snowy morning from Terlton.

Grace is adding a little retro feel to the winter weather which her Fujifilm Instax Mini 7S (Grace Obuobisa/ENN).

Christian Gonzales checks out the streets and trails in his neighborhood in Oklahoma City.

Moving South of the metro, Kenzie Halford shows us the results from the storm in Durant.

Solomon Sephus shows us the snowfall in Norman.

ENN’s Johana Argueta captured the flakes falling in her Oklahoma City neighborhood.

The cold and snow as viewed through the lens of ENN’s Keagan Blakley-Buscemi in Harrah.

Heading to Healdton, John Williams captures the snowy landscape in southern Oklahoma.

The view from a wooded trail in Edmond (Caleb Heaton/ENN)

The trampoline measurement shows Altus got a lot of snow (Nikki Caldera/ENN).

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