We certainly have our share of snowbirds in South Carolina. But those who thought they’d escape the cold blast of Arctic weather by slipping into Dixie were in for a big surprise January 3. According to the National Weather Service, the precipitation brought by the 2018 Winter storm “Grayson” was the heaviest one day snowfall in the city of Charleston since 1989. Freezing temperatures kept our streets treacherous for six days, cancelled more than 75 flights into and out of the airport, and kept our kids home from school well beyond the holiday break.
These little birds chose the frosty ledge of our backyard bird feeder to rest during the snowfall. It’s my favorite image captured during the record winter storm. And it’s my contribution to the One Word Photo Challenge “Weekly Weather Jan. 7: Pick your Own”