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Spring snow

by Keith Bryant | April 28, 2021 at 5:26 a.m.
Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Fresh leaves and fading redbud blooms are capped under a thin layer of snow during last week's unseasonable spring snowstorm.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Fresh leaves and fading redbud blooms are capped under a thin layer of snow during last week's unseasonable spring snowstorm.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Fresh leaves and fading redbud blooms are capped under a thin layer of snow during last week's unseasonable spring snowstorm.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Fresh leaves and fading redbud blooms are capped under a thin layer of snow during last week's unseasonable spring snowstorm.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Lake Bella Vista sits surrounded by snow, with ongoing precipitation giving the appearance of fog during last week's unusual spring snowstorm.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Lake Bella Vista sits surrounded by snow, with ongoing precipitation giving the appearance of fog during last week's unusual spring snowstorm.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Lake Bella Vista sits surrounded by snow, with ongoing precipitation giving the appearance of fog during last week's unusual spring snowstorm.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Purple deadnettle pokes out from under the snow, capped with a tiny bit of ice after last week's unusual snow.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Purple deadnettle pokes out from under the snow, capped with a tiny bit of ice after last week's unusual snow.

Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Purple deadnettle pokes out from under the snow, capped with a tiny bit of ice after last week's unusual snow.

Keith Bryant

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Lake Bella Vista sits surrounded by snow, with ongoing precipitation giving the appearance of fog during last week's unusual spring snowstorm.
Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Lake Bella Vista sits surrounded by snow, with ongoing precipitation giving the appearance of fog during last week's unusual spring snowstorm.
Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista
Purple dead nettles poke out from under the snow, each capped with a tiny bit of ice after last week's unusual snow.
Keith Bryant/The Weekly Vista Purple dead nettles poke out from under the snow, each capped with a tiny bit of ice after last week's unusual snow.
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