Take a peek at these winter wonderlands across the U.S. this week
Get in the holiday spirit and enjoy some of this week's snowy scenes.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in some places. So let's get in the holiday spirit and enjoy some of this week's snowy scenes.
Lake effect snow coated upstate New York Tuesday. The State University of New York Oswego caught a couple inches.
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory until Thursday morning for Oswego because they could get five more inches.
But snow in December is certainly nothing new there. Lake effect snow helps make fellow upstate New York cities of Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo three of the snowiest cities in the United States.
But those that enjoy the snow there better hurry because Oswego is headed for the upper 50s on Saturday.
Farther west, Morrow, Ohio is also on a crazy temperature ride. "Thought I would tape this since it seems like it is going to be really warm this December and blowtorch any hope of winter," Tweeted @PreacherBri.
FOX Weather forecasts 66 degrees on Saturday for Morrow.
"What a nice winter sight," Tweeted @CosmoKostic about the snow flurries in Columbus, Ohio. The "Winter Wonderland" won’t last long either. Columbus is headed for low 60s Saturday.
Short-lived snow fell on the Appalachian Plateau too. The forecasted high for Wise, Virginia is upper 50s on Friday and low 60s on Saturday.
The Grand Canyon National Park got just enough snow to make roads and trails slippery.
Snow falling over Williamson, West Virginia Tuesday night may have looked dreamy, but, it was a nightmare for drivers.
The West Virginia Department of Transportation logged accident after accident during the morning commute.
Not everyone enjoyed the snow.
Officer Shawn Fritch, worked with a snowplow crew in Wausau, Wisconsin to clean-up over five inches of snow on Sunday when he slipped then slipped again.
Plow crews threatened to pull out their phones to video the slip and slide but Frich said not to bother because his body camera captured every moment.
Buffalo Bills fans braved the wind and snow to watch the Bills take on the Patriots Monday night. The wind chill stung even more for the home-team enthusiasts when the Bills lost 14-10. New England only attempted three passes in the high winds and still won the game.
Over in Europe, Spanish police rescued 15 sheep stranded for three days on a snowy peak in Aragon, Spain last week. Watch the Guardia Civil’s mountain rescue team lead them down to safety.
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