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    Posted April 17, 2014 by
    poisonkray
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    Syracuse, New York
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    Wintry weather 2014

    After the Sun Comes... the Snow?

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     poisonkray told me, 'We were all just looking around at each other getting the kids to school. In the morning, we were just flabbergasted at the sight of the fresh white powder over the growing green... just completely dumbfounded! But hey, that's upstate New York for ya.'
    - hhanks, CNN iReport producer

    Many northeastern US residents have been fortunate enough to experience a hint of spring weather finally touching ground these last couple of days. Mother Nature, however, isn't without a sense of humour, as just a day after receiving sunny 78°F weather, snow fell overnight and stuck on the grounds that were just beginning to flourish with greenery.

     

    This photo was taken, just 24 hours after the nice 78°F day, from a window of a residency in Syracuse, NY, a city known for its blustery winters and record setting lake-effect snowfalls. On this day, temperatures reached a low of 30°F in the area of Central New York.  "When will it end?  I'm ready to move.  This is ridiculous," says one resident.

     

    Time will only tell, but rest assured, Spring will soon "rain" again.

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