The last time this occurred was 2011. As you can guess, this is not common. It isn’t just snow, under the fluffy stuff is ice which is more common. There is around five inches, more than enough to turn the roads into bumper car rides. For some reason, drivers down here will not slow down for road conditions that sane people deem suicidal.
But it is pretty for the short time we have it. Which is why I moved from Vermont. 67 years of living and driving, shoveling and pushing snow was enough. This afternoon it well be above freezing, the sun will be out. Tomorrow in the 40’s and Tuesday rain. Bye-bye snow.Snow in the Carolinas, Inman, South Carolina 01/23/2016
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