New York City has not gotten above freezing since Christmas Day, and now a “bomb cyclone” is threatening to slam the northeast with ice and snow 🌬❄🌪 https://t.co/0liiHPMqxD 📷 @CNN #Nature #TRAVEL #NYC #ART #BIZBoost 🚀 pic.twitter.com/wyoHhBrKrA— BIZBoost™ 🚀 (@BIZBoost) January 4, 2018
Word of the day: “grimet” - of a landscape, patched with snow or ice, when a thaw has set in. Of a sky, thick with cloud but showing peeps of blue sky between. Of a face, streaked with dirt. Of a mood or personality, likewise mixed. (Scots) pic.twitter.com/KZAvwgcjGW— Robert Macfarlane (@RobGMacfarlane) January 4, 2018
You can say YES to the DRESS--and the ICE at the same time!!
💋💋WINTER ICE : Snowflakes are little kisses from heaven 💋💋💋💋 pic.twitter.com/LuK52OXeKT— Olivia Adele (@oadele53) January 4, 2018
Western North Carolina after an ice storm, on the first morning of 2018. pic.twitter.com/zJxSdoxMau— earth is beautiful (@earth__photos) January 4, 2018