Okay, so I'm sitting in my Grand Junction office and the snow has changed 3 times this morning as I look outside my window. It started off as dippin' dots, then went to big ol' honkin quarter/half dollar size flakes slowly drifting down to the ground, and now it's light, itty bitty, snow that is swirling all over the place, traveling quickly, and it got me started thinking about different snow and the conditions it creates. What is that makes for the best snow? What snow flakes should I get excited about?
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1/20/10 at 12:04pm