The Natural Phenomenon In Buffalo That Only Happens During Wintertime
It ain’t over ’till it’s over, and Mother Nature has apparently decided she’s not done with winter weather quite yet. (It’s fine – not like it’s April or anything.) While we’re on the topic of the white stuff, here’s an interesting bit of information: there’s a natural phenomenon in Buffalo that only happens during wintertime. They’re called “snow rollers” and they’re fascinating. Read on to learn more about it and be sure to watch the video of the snow formations in action at the end of this article!
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Have you ever seen these snow rollers before? If you’ve spotted them near you in Western New York, we’re dying to see photos! Share them with us in the comments below or by tagging us on Instagram @onlyinbuffalo using #onlyinbflo.
Samantha Jo is a freelance copywriter, proofreader, and social media manager. In her spare time, Samantha enjoys drinking coffee, crafting, camping, blogging at kinandkindling.com, and sipping only the finest of boxed wines – not necessarily in that order.
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