We're not making this up, folks. It's still snowing here. It might be 80 degrees and sunny today, but just yesterday some of our state's residents saw snow coming from the sky. At least when it snows in May, Minnesota cities break records.
This really isn't a normal occurrence. International Falls saw 0.3 inches of snow Saturday, says the Associated Press. The old May 16 record was 0.1 inches in 1962. International Falls saw 125.6 inches since July 1, 32.6 just since March 1.
Anyone remember a more notable snowfall this late in the season? Does it make you want to curl up and die a little on the inside? A warm summer-like day is the perfect time to recount the horror.