Friday, December 19, 2008


Snow in winter is as common as cold air and less hours of daylight.
But snow in Las Vegas, Nevada?
That is what citizens of the Sagebrush State experienced earlier this week as a very strong Arctic cold front came down from Alaska and swept through the North American continent.
Snow in areas that do not usually experience the seasonal white stuff like Los Angeles, California and Houston, Texas were coupled with higher snowfalls and colder temperatures in the states that traditionally experience such classic winter conditions.
Of course The Free Choice e-zine hopes that everyone in the affected areas stays in, stays warm, and keeps off the roads unless it is absolutely necessary for you to travel.

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