And they caught it on film. Crazy:
There was so much snow in the DC area this weekend that Rob Story decided to make fresh tracks down the slope of the Air Force Memorial.
Do very large snowflakes exist? “Now, theorists, weather historians and field observers are concluding that most of the reports are true and that unusually large snowflakes two to six inches wide and perhaps wider fall regularly around the globe, surprisingly big and fluffy, if seldom witnessed or celebrated.” During a snowstorm when I was in college, I saw puffy snowflake balls about 1-2 inches in diameter falling from the sky…it was the coolest thing.
One of San Francisco’s steepest streets will be closed later this month…for ski jumping. They’re hauling in 200 tons of snow and a bunch of skiers. I’m sure this will be a much Flickred event.