Snow from a PA Sewage Plant?

December 9, 2015

State College, PA woke up to an unsual snow event on December 7th. With dense freezing fog overnight and additional moisture from a local sewage threatment plant, a small 3 square mile area just east of State College received light snow! The snow actually accumulated a few tenths of an inch, but don't worry, it was still white...More here


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