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Snow for President's Day!

I know, I know - four inches of snow is just a blip in the life of my East Coast friends. But, in Southern California it is a big deal - particularly in late February.

We had heard that the snow level was going down to 2500 feet this weekend, but when we went to bed last night, there were just a few flurries. This morning there's about four inches on the ground (I measured it with my little ruler), and it is beautiful.



Here's my neighbor Alice's house:

Comments (6)


Nancy - how lovely! Hope you are managing to stay warm and toasty inside watching the snow outside. Has it lasted?


WOW Nancy! Brrrrrrrrrrrr! Waiting for those 80s to come back!


Amazing, I didn't think Southern California ever got snow!

What a beautiful sight to wake up to - even better for you that it doens't last very long!


That's my kind of snow (wishful thinking)--a nice frosting that disappears a day or so later.

SNOW!! How cool!! I wish just once it would snow here, although there probably would be a state of emergency declared if it did! Beautiful photos.

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