Apr 1, 2011

What's onion snow?

(YDR) The snowfall the region is receiving is probably winter season's last breath. "Probably" is used here because we can have more. Indeed, one snowfall struck York County in early May, 150 years ago, in fact. That was a clear case of an "onion snow," so named particularly around Central Pennsylvania because such spring snow showers come after onions have been planted... Continued