The snowstorm we had last night and this morning was a bit of a surprise for just about everyone I know. The weathermen had been forecasting snow for a few days, but the closer we got to the weekend, the higher their chances got.
As of yesterday morning, I was certain we would see some of the white stuff, but you never really know how much you'll get or if it will even stick until it arrives.
I think the official measurement for Charleston was three inches, but I'm pretty sure we may have gotten around four. We've had snow flurries and a couple of times where it stuck to the ground, but the last snow like this was twenty years ago in December 1989.
It was fun to wake up to such a serene and beautiful scene outside. We were without power for most of the night, but we stayed nice and toasty under the covers!
Just about everything has melted on the ground now. The high today is 45 and the sun is shining bright, so at least we don't have any shoveling to worry about :)
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