This is NOT snow - it's hail ...
Here's a closer picture of it.
And a super close-up picture of it ...
Mind you, it's 43F degrees out - too warm for snow, and and I have never, in my life - Cincinnati or Lexington - seen hail like this at less than 60F degrees, especially not preceding a storm - super weird.
The local weather says nothing about it and no storm is predicted, only rain, but it wouldn't be the first time they were wrong. It's just weird at this temperature.
Also, the temperature is supposed to drop tomorrow, and we're supposed to get actual snow, this weekend.
Yeah, so ... it's April.
Not unheard of in central Kentucky for this time of year, but becoming increasingly more common.
Ah, the erratic, bipolar weather-pattern results of climate change ...
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