With all the weather forecasts calling for a foot of snow this weekend, I figured it would be fun to see just what a foot of snow actually looks like.
It was near the end of 2020 and the Danbury area got hit with a little over a foot of snow. It was one of the biggest snow events we had in quite a few years and when it was over, a number of our listeners sent in their snow photos for all to see.
There are actually two things you can count on when you get that much snow, a lot of white stuff, and people taking pictures of the snow at their place so they can show you just how much snow there was.
So just what does a foot of snow look like? For those who don't really remember, here's a little refresher.
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