Neighborhood Skier Measures 'Three Y'alls' of Snow in Cincinnati

An enthusiastic neighborhood skier in Cincinnati, Ohio, measured about “three y’alls” of snow on Sunday morning, January 22.

Footage recorded by Pete Burrell shows a skier in a Bengals sweater and beanie measuring the snow.

The skier can be heard saying “Got about three inches, I think,” to which Burrell replies: “Three y’alls!” in a reference to meteorologist Ryan Hall’s Yall-O-Meter.

The good times continued for Cincinnatians, as the Bengals beat the Bills 27-10 in a snowy Buffalo later on that day. Credit: Pete Burrell via Storyful

Video transcript

- The only way. We got about three inches, I think.

PETE BURRELL: Three y'alls.

- Three y'alls, y'all. The only way. We got about three inches, I think.

PETE BURRELL: Three y'alls.

- Three y'alls, y'all. The only way. We got about three inches, I think.

PETE BURRELL: Three y'alls.

- Three y'alls, y'all. The only way. We got about three inches, I think.

PETE BURRELL: Three y'alls.

- Three y'alls, y'all. The only way. We got about three inches, I think.

PETE BURRELL: Three y'alls.

- Three y'alls, y'all.