Rare South Carolina ice and snowstorm

Six to twelve inches of snow and ice are forecast for my neck of the woods. This is not unheard of here but only occurs perhaps once every five or more years.

I have the fireplace ready in case we lose power. Hopefully, this is not the case. I grew up with snow living in New Jersey. I am more concerned about the ice storm possibility than anything else. The ice accumulation can knock down trees and cause power outages.

It is pretty to see!


We received nine inches of snow and virtually no ice whatsoever. The snowfall broke the record for snow in one day at the GSP airport. That record was intact since the 1960s.

We never lost power but are unable to drive in our neighborhood due to the snowy conditions on our hilly roads. Not planning on leaving the house for the next few days. 😀👍

My home!
My three girls. 😀
My oldest daughter enjoying the snow. 😀
We got tired from playing in the snow!

My youngest daughter enjoying her first snow. 😀
My front lawn!
The street outside my house.
Backyard video 🙂


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11 thoughts on “Rare South Carolina ice and snowstorm

  1. Lisa January 16, 2022 / 9:37 am

    Beautiful snowstorm, John! South Carolina looks like my state of Wisconsin. Do you normally get snow there?

    Take a bit of a walk through the snow, and feel that brisk cool air on your face. It is invigorating! But do watch out for the ice. I prefer walking right through the snow for that reason.

    And maybe make a few snowballs to throw or even a snowman!

    Ha Ha 😄, just kidding!


    • John Reizer January 16, 2022 / 9:52 am

      It does snow here once in a while, but not that often. The last time I saw this much snow was in 2017.

  2. Lisa January 16, 2022 / 9:43 am

    And what an adorable youngest daughter you have! 🙂


    • John Reizer January 16, 2022 / 9:50 am

      Yes, she was mysteriously born while I was in the hospital last fall. 🤣

      • Lisa January 17, 2022 / 9:40 am

        It looks like she takes after her big sister! And that they enjoy one another. Your entire world looks majestic!

      • John Reizer January 17, 2022 / 10:19 am

        Thank you, Lisa!

      • Lisa January 17, 2022 / 10:28 am


  3. sandy edwards January 16, 2022 / 9:44 am

    wow. You all are really getting some snow! Love the pics. We are supposed to get mostly a mix so I hope the ice won’t accumulate on my trees. I worry more about the wind coming later this afternoon and the trees coming down. Hope all turns out well down there.

    • John Reizer January 16, 2022 / 9:56 am

      Yes, Sandy, I love the snow, not so much the ice and freezing rain. The freezing rain, for those who don’t know, is particularly bad. The rain comes down and instantly freezes around trees and branches. The ice encases everything and causes electrical wires to collapse from the heavy weight of the ice.

  4. Kenneth T. January 16, 2022 / 4:36 pm

    I remember many such storms growing up in New England.
    In the beginning, it all looks beautiful, but doesn’t stay that way long.

    • NoFakeNews January 16, 2022 / 5:14 pm

      Me too, Kenneth! I remember having to shovel snow that was three feet deep on many occasions. We used to get some big snowstorms where I lived. It looks so beautiful when you first wake up.


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