Do Your Boughs Hang Low? (snow winter trees ). Photo by SpecialtyMachining
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Do Your Boughs Hang Low?

Uploaded by: SpecialtyMachining

Monday December 24, 2012

Spokane, WA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Heavy snowfall overnight weighing these boughs down about 2'.

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2. SpecialtyMachining
10:03 PM GMT on December 25, 2012
Sitting between the mountains @ 2,400'; we always have the continental air from Alberta & Sasketchewan fighting the humid air from Pacific, either coming from the gulf of Alaska or the subtropics. Currently we have about 5" of snow with more late this 1st day of Christmas. The snow has been here a couple weeks & is forecast to stay through the 1st of the year.
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1. canuckjune
4:07 PM GMT on December 25, 2012
I know Spokane gets snow but somehow when I saw this it surprised me, so you will maybe have a White Christmas if it lasts that long. Merry Christmas.
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