They’re saying there is snow on the ground in 49 of the US states…there’s gotta be some “Snoloha Photo Opts” (also known as Snapshots & Scenery) out there!

Send ’em ’em to Facebook…you might win something.

Again…this “Snoloha concept” suddenly isn’t so it?!

“The National Weather Service confirms that winter weather wreaking havoc across the south and the northeast have now resulted in 49 of the 50 U.S. states having snow on the ground today.

This is a rare phenomenon occurring last year when Hawaii was sans the white stuff and back in 1977 when South Carolina escaped becoming a winter wonderland. Today it is Florida that is without snow.

Snow in paradise?

According to the National Weather Service , ”This (snow on the ground) includes Hawaii where about seven inches of snow is atop Mauna Kea.” Mauna Kea is located on the big island of Hawaii and is the state’s highest peak, standing 13,796 feet above sea level. So bundle up and hang loose.”



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