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Professor Smith English 110 20 January 2007 The First Snowfall The winter sun sometimes does not make an appearance for weeks. During this time, however, it may teasingly burst through the wintery skies, only to disappear once again to parts unknown, Winter chases people into the security of their homes, where, behind closed doors, they somehow or another manage to escape into sunny, tropical worlds. Then something magical and wonderful happens, the first snowfall. Once the winter sun sets, the white, puffy snowflakes begin to brighten up the night sky. As the snow piles up, the frozen ground turns into what looks like a smooth white lake that covers everything. As millions of small snowflakes continue to fall throughout the night, a powerful gust carries them all over, making the storm appear to be stronger that what it really is. In addition, the massive amount of snow that fills the sky makes it hard, if not impossible to see very far, but at the same time provides a stunning view of a snowy winter night. The next morning, everything in sight is completely covered in snow. Cars, trees, light
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