|Quoting jfklganyc (Reply 2):|
I couldnt get any as I was flying. It was quite wild. One of the cooler things I have seen weather wise
|Quoting B2468 (Reply 5):|
You can even see it on the ground, sometimes. I used to commute daily between my home in Stratford CT (BDR) to my university in Danbury CT (DXR) along CT Route 58, and you could often see a clear line between snow and rain, usually in central or southern Easton CT.
|Quoting B6JFKH81 (Reply 3):|
The captain gave the normal "welcome aboard" briefing and said we were going to see something we may not see again in a very long time....snow on the ground from JFK all the way until we hit the Gulf Coast around Alabama. Sure as I was sitting in that seat, there was snow on the ground from the second we took off until we hit the Gulf of Mexico a couple of hour later. Absolutely CRAZY, something I will never forget!