Snow flakes shift from graceful to grating
Around 5:30 p.m., the snow changed its attitude. It was no longer the sweet, pillowy stuff that flopped the earth at the start of the day. It was angrier, falling hard in a southwestern slant. And it had bite. It stuck to everything, slushing at the stairs out of the Waterfront/Southeastern University Metro station, and covering the tracks of people who smartly scampered home before the snow turned mean.
-- Darryl Fears
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