South Carolina: First Snow In Columbia Since 1887

Snow plows attempt to clear runways at Philadelphia International Airport as thousands of flights were cancelled across the East Coast

The white Christmas in the South was one for the record books. Columbia, South Carolina, had its first significant Christmas snow since weather records were first kept in 1887.

Atlanta had just over an inch of snow – the first measurable accumulation on Christmas Day since the 1880s.

Last updated at 8:29 PM on 27th December 2010

Full article here: Daily Mail


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In the UK:

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