Friday, February 12, 2010

Lowcountry is snow country

Since I lived for three years in Georgetown, S.C., I'm watching their preparations for snow tonight.
The Charleston News & Courier lists the top 10 daily snowfall totals since recordkeeping began in 1938. I expect the 10th highest totals - 1.6 inches - to be dropping off the top 10. Charleston S.C. has not had measurable snow at the airport since Jan. 2000
I'm looking forward to the new snow-cover map for the United States after this storm finishes dropping snow across the south.

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