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It snowed today and I honestly didn't believe it was going to happen until it started around noon which is a few hours later than the forecast predicted. My trusty Nikon has been out of service lately due to battery and charger issues, so these are from my iPhone. I would have preferred to take them with the Nikon but this is better than nothing since we don't see Alabama on the forum often.
Also class was cancelled from this minor of a snowfall event. I'm sure all the upper Midwesterners and New Englanders will be amused.
Is it normal snow in Tuscaloosa? Is it normal snow in Alabama?
I´ve liked the shots of the houses with the ground covered by snow. We don´t see Alabama frequently on SSP forum, and I like what you´ve shown of Tuscaloosa. I hope your Nikon is ready for next snowfall and to post more pics of Alabama.