Wet Snow vs. Dry Snow—Isn’t it the Same?

Aug - 13 2018

If you’ve experienced snow on more than one occasion, you likely noticed that it’s never truly the same. Some snow is sticky and wet, while some is powdery and dry. But wait, isn’t snow created from water? How can it be dry? I understand the confusion, believe me. Snow is a strange thing, never falling […]

The Magic of Snow Formation

Aug - 13 2018

This is a snow appreciation site, which means we want to cover as much information about this weather phenomenon as we can. Sure, snow looks magical, and it has the power to transform a bleak January day into a sparkling winter wonderland. But snow itself is fascinating. Its formation seems nearly impossible; conditions have to […]

Snow at First Sight: 2017 Report

Jan - 15 2018

Looking back at 2017 and the early snowfall schedules, the story has undoubtedly been a country divided—with the Eastern half of the country including the Great Lakes and the entire East Coast experiencing heavy snowfall and sub-zero temperatures. Erie, PA already known for big annual snowfall totals broke a two-day record for snow this year. […]

People and Animals Seeing Snow for the First Time

Jan - 15 2018

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