….Except when it’s not.
A sufficiently adequate March snowstorm kind of blanketed much of Alabama starting in the wee hours of Sunday morning.
It’s roughing up Georgia now forcing some flights out of Atlanta to be canceled. The roads mostly stayed clear, but 1 to 4 inches accumulated off-road, and more than 210 churches decided to forgo services because Southerners should never drive in snow.
The March snowfall brought back memories of a huge storm in 1993 that shutdown the Birmingham metro area for days. Forecasters dubbed it “The Snowfall of the Century” with parts of the area receiving around 18 inches of snow.
I remember! Downed powerlines everywhere. Downed trees. No salt trucks. Sister stuck at her home over the mountain with a 3 month old baby and no electricity. It sucked.
This storm was much more manageable, and we made the most of it here at home.