as i left for work last wednesday, the clouds gathered in the distance. i had heard that there might be snow, but thought, "it's arizona, it must be a hoax." the internet said it was nothing to worry about, so i didn't worry. famous last words, right?
for 70 miles, i drove through some of the worst rain. but it was still just rain. everywhere in the world, but arizona, gets rain. it's a thing everyone else deals with, so i did. and then i passed these signs 2 blocks away from work.
followed by a sign that said it was 41 degrees outside.
i'm from virginia, i know what that means -- rain. not snow. blizzard, my butt.
then i got this picture from rcg: snow in tucson.
they were calling it the #tucsonblizzard and there was quite a bit of excitement about it in tucson.
but i didn't experience it. by the time i got home, there was no snow on the ground and none falling. but the blizzard had been here. the mountains were proof of that.
these are pictures from driving home wednesday night -- you can barely make out the mountain in the picture on the left.
the santa catalinas the next morning. (you couldn't see them at all the night before.)
the tucson mountains.