Onion Snow

Onion snow. Apparently that is what is in the forecast for tomorrow. I had to do some research to figure out exactly what the term means. According to a few websites, onion snow is a term used in Pennsylvania to describe snow that comes either after spring onions have been planted or when they should be planted.

Where I’m from in Maine, we call it “winter isn’t done yet” or more simply, spring.

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