Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Tucson's Emotions Summed Up In Two Words: OMFG SNOW

Posted By on Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 1:15 PM

OMFG SNOW

So in case you missed it, there's all this weird, cold, crystalline white stuff falling from the sky. I've heard some people calling it "snow." As I've lived in Central-to-Southern Arizona my whole life, I can't say I'm too familiar, but somehow it makes me want to drink cocoa.

Regardless, everyone appears to be freaking the f—k out about it, which is why we've established our Tucson Weekly #tucsonblizzard coverage, complete with live (not really!) webcam!

So send in your snow photos, as long as white stuff keeps falling from the sky, and we'll post 'em. If you'd rather tweet them to us, make sure to use the hashtag #tucsonblizzard, which is far superior to the local daily's #tucsonsnow tag—after all, only a blizzard would cause this much wonder and confusion among Tucsonans.

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