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The New Orleans area is getting ready for another night of freezing cold, which means another chance to spot icicles, frozen fountains and puddles, and perhaps even some snowflakes.
Stuck to the glass were Christmas and Hanukkah decorations made of gummy material: fat Santas twirling around dreidels with snowflakes falling upon colorful boxed gifts.
Nevertheless, the thread was thoroughly modern, though without the word snowflake.
Vetements x Reebok scarves! black and white L.L. Bean snowflake socks!—to wrap you in delectable warmth.
Northeast Alabama would be the best spot for seeing any snowflakes, but as of Thursday morning no accumulation is expected.
Above the forest, an airborne Mr. Bingle soars through clouds and projections of snowflakes flutter through the trees.
Locals in the Appalachian mountain region of Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and even a small section of North Carolina may also see some snowflakes come Christmas day.
South Texas enjoyed the rare sight of snowflakes Thursday night.
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