Thundersnow? I've lived in the very snowy Northeast U.S. most of my life, but had never heard of this. No small wonder. According to Wikipedia, Thundersnow is a rare occurence and in the U.S. happens mostly in the Great Lakes region and in the mid-West. I experienced it first-hand last night. Someone here in Perkasie shot a [sideways] video and posted it on You-Tube, so I'm borrowing to share:
It was kind of wild and crazy, hearing the loud and long-rumbling thunder while it was near-blizzard snowing outside!
This is what we woke up to in the morning:
And of course - school was cancelled. So my girls have spent more time OUT of school this month than in it!
Spring will be so welcome here!