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A Second Round of Snow — by Nightfall

This is the first time in the five or so years that I’ve lived here that we’ve received more than a trace of snow twice in one season. From midnight on, it was mostly a mix of water and snow, with some spots covered while others randomly weren’t. Borrowing a phrase from a friend, I decided to go “snowcycling” to hit up some of the usual vantage points to catch the snow coming down.

The area around the convention center and Poole’s Diner

The images in this post are how I see Raleigh during the snow, how about you? Send your pictures (daytime or nighttime) to and we’ll add them here. If you use flickr or have a blog/website, be sure to include it so we can give you credit. Please resize images to 900×600 pixels if possible.

Looking down on Wilmington Street from the Moore Square Transit Mall

City Market and Moore Square

Progress Energy


More of City Market

Wilmington Street

And one more of Wilmington

The stunning images below were sent to us by Sheryl Long, Resident Manager at Haywood Hall

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