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3:17 AM; One of nature's greatest poems

Threeseventeenam Snowstorm turns night into day and formerly upright tree branches into draped fronds / Jan. 2011

“Snowstorms arriving on a high wind last only a few hours.

Snowstorms that are long in gathering and increase to considerable intensity continue a long while.

Those that follow a sudden clouding up are of no importance.

... And the progress of these storms is one of Nature's greatest poems if you take a minute to think of them sweeping on in majesty, the one thing that man cannot control.”

~ from Reading the Weather by Thomas Morris Longstreth, 1915


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