Fri, 1/31 @ 11:01AM – snow line » Fri, 1/31 @ 11:01AM – snow line

Fri, 1/31 @ 11:01AM - snow line. In Alabama when it snows, it is usually gone by the next day (or sometimes the same day). Exactly three days after the snow first started falling, there is still a lot of snow in the shade. Anything in the sun, though, has melted. This is the snow at the start of my ride ... by the time I finish with temps well into the 60s, all of this snow is gone.

Fri, 1/31 @ 11:01AM – snow line. In Alabama when it snows, it is usually gone by the next day (or sometimes the same day). Exactly three days after the snow first started falling, there is still a lot of snow in the shade. Anything in the sun, though, has melted. This is the snow at the start of my ride … by the time I finish with temps well into the 60s, all of this snow is gone.

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