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Originally posted by juleol
reply to post by EvolEric
Sure you aren't mistaking it for fine/small hail? Because at such temps snow just does not happen.
Here in middle of Norway it has been quite opposite lately. September has so far been more like july and august with several summer days and unusual warm nights.
Originally posted by Campy61
reply to post by gemineye
I know no one on here really wants to tell were they are from but I'm in Somerset. What about my fellow Kentucky folks?
Originally posted by TheSep
Eric i live just north of you in Indiana I totally hear ya man it has been some weird weather as of late.
I just call it as I see it. Nothing personal.
Snow is created up in the clouds where it is much colder than the air near the ground. The OP made no pretenses that the snow gathered on the ground; just that it fell from the air.
He is not lying nor mistaken. There probably was snow in the air for those few moments. The weather lately has been nothing if it hasn't been erratic. Wide swings of temperature and precipitation seem to be the norm these days everywhere.
I expect more of the same for this winter: huge snows interspersed with some really warm days. At least I hope this is it. Nothing worse than the temp going into the deep freeze and just staying there all winter.