Edda has done all the usual things - ripping tiles from roofs; ripping whole roofs from buildings; drenching TV-reporters in ten cubic feet of cold saltwater (I don't really know what he expected, standing as he did on a breakwater facing the Vestfjord - the camera survived, at any rate); blowing buses off the road; blowing down highway overpasses so they fall on buses; causing every ferry-connection, passenger-ship operation, airplane-service, etc. out of Bodø and in the Ofotfjord-area to close (effectively partitioning Norway into two parts, with no communications between them); causing local inhabitants to once again gleefully comment that this really is nothing, they've seen worse, all the while implying that the more urban population is a bunch of sissies - the usual stuff.
Generally, Edda isn't among the big ones, the way Frode of 1997 was - it sent 130 ft of a 270 ft building flying. Nevertheless, Edda managed something Frode did not - it has taken down a mountain-formation. Somewhere in Nordland - specifically at the island Sanna of Træna municipality in Helgeland - there is a mountain which now misses a part. Not a truly giant one - it was only 40ft tall - but still.
I note that while typing this, there have been snowplows driving past the building at least six times in each direction, all the while trailing impressive showers of sparks. They were down to the tarmac already the first time - I somehow suspect they're in it for the overtime. The snow is the second snowfall that looks liable to last any while this winter - it's about bloody time, too, considering that this city is on a latitude that is some 200 miles to the North of Anchorage, Alaska. It's only a measly 3-4 inches, though - pitiful.