Really? Wow. We occasionally get that fluffy snow. When
Mon Sep 18, 2017 11:57pm

we do, everyone rushes out to "blow it away" with snow shovels, blowers, and even leaf blowers. LOL. Within no time, however, the water content ramps up and it begins to shrink into heavy duty snow laden with water as usual.

Here, understanding what kind of snow we've gotten is critical as people die from shoveling it if they misunderstand just HOW heavy it is and how taxing it is on the heart.

I'm sure that if I lived somewhere else with different weather events, I'd wonder HOW folks like me manage to live in an area with nor'easters & blizzards. LOL

  • Clear and understoodPikes, Mon Sep 18 10:23pm
    If you lived in hurricane country, or earthquake country, you'd probably be as experienced and versed with those as with blizzards. Floridians likely have little experience with blizzards, but know... more
    • Really? Wow. We occasionally get that fluffy snow. When — Sia☺giah, Mon Sep 18 11:57pm
      • Our storm fronts usually come from the westPikes, Tue Sep 19 1:41pm
        The intervening mountains and deserts wring most moisture out of the clouds. Consequently our climate is dry and arid. A "humid" day is 50% or more. Those are uncommon. Usually humidity is in the 29- ... more