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The Push and Pull of Southern Winters

January and February are an interesting period of time in the south. The weather will be relatively mild for a stretch, and then suddenly, snow and ice will sneak into the forecast.

A shopping panic ensues, we fill our tubs full of water, and then rush outside to twirl in the flakes as an inch or two accumulates.

In a day or two, the sun will chase the meager snowfall off our lawns and rooftops, and it will as if the snow never even wafted down from the sky to brush our cheeks and cover the ground.

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