First Snow Along the Escarpment
In a rare pre-Thanksgiving event, snow fell east of the Blue Ridge escarpment on November 27th. For almost two hours, the flakes flew, although a wet ground after three inches of rain kept it from sticking. A light rain at sunrise gave way to a strong northwest wind, which brought the snow.
The following short video was made during the snow storm.
As the storm passed, the sun broke through, and the last of the snow clouds drifted along the slopes of Wolfpen Mountain to the northwest.