Last month, 9News anchor Kyle Clark starred in a hilarious rant about viewers who send the station photos of their snowy patios during storms. And this morning, amid the first real snow event since then, viewers seem to have taken his criticism to heart -- either that or 9News staff is deleting all the verboten pics. As of 5 a.m., not a single patio photo was in the outlet's viewer-photo storm gallery, with only a few featuring backyards or home interiors. Bet Kyle is psyched! Check out a sampling of the snaps below, and click here to view the updated 9News slide show. Continue for more photos from 9News viewers not featuring the snowy patios Kyle Clark so dislikes. Continue for more photos from 9News viewers not featuring the snowy patios Kyle Clark so dislikes.
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