First Day of Spring in Kansas City Posted on 20 March 2010 by christao408 We awoke this morning to find something different outside: snow!Here’s a short video: Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
Just think if it was snowing in Bankgkok during Songkran. It would be one heck of a snowball fight!
Eww snow! I’m so sick of snow now. Bring on spring (minus my allergies)!
not a big fan of snow either – hope you didn’t have to drive…but it certainly is nice to look at! thanks for the vid!
Spring in the midwest = unpredictable!
I find it amusing how everyone who has been living through the winter of cold and snow is just sick of it; while people like ourselves who spent the winter in the tropics are still excited at snow haha 🙂
I want some snow!
OK nobody else has mentioned them – but I must! Why are there ‘Christmas decorations’ on that tree !
Wow, snow! All of ours in Maryland has already melted and the crocuses and daffodils are coming up in 70-degree weather. I miss the cooler weather already — now it’s time to put my big Gore-Tex coat away. 😛
I’m just taking a short break frm shoveling snow frm that storm just 90 mins west of KC on I35; our streets are still snow covered here. I told dad “a girl should not be doing a man’s job;” he said “fine; give me the shovel & you go in to help your mother with the cleaning, the washing, & preparing the dinner.” In comparison, shoveling snow isn’t so bad I guess. Enjoy your snow.Hannah
You definitely are not in Thailand, lol. Maybe they thought you miss snow since you have lived in Bangkok too long? 🙂
Wow! By the way, that’s a very pretty street.
At least it wasn’t that bad though!There was no sign of snow in Omaha.
whoa, snow on the first day of spring? i’m glad we didn’t have any of that! it was nice and warm in baltimore; we got up to the 70s.
I posted a pulse also yesterday about the snow we got on the first day of Spring!! I was thinking of you both and wondered what Tawn thought of it. We got quite a bit of that white stuff. But hopefully, from tomorrow the temperature is going to be in the fifties.
Hmm, you’re very good at holding the camera still as you walk… unless that wasn’t you.