The snow doesn’t fall often in Atlanta, but when it does, it’s magical!
Since snowfall in Atlanta is quite the rare occurrence, we thought we’d round up some of the incredible pictures that y’all snapped up yesterday. Measurable snow began falling in north Georgia on Sunday morning (Jan 16), and the metro Atlanta area started seeing snowfall during the afternoon hours. Although it didn’t stick, it certainly made the ATL look beautiful. Remember to stay safe, y’all!
1-3. Piedmont Park
This set of pictures sums up snowfall in the ATL. The smallest sign of snow and the kids have their sleds at the ready, and the schools are ready to close. Although the latter didn’t happen this time, lots of people headed out for some overdue fun in the snow.
Pictures by explorer.dream.discover on Instagratm.
4. A snow-topped Roswell
Roswell is an enchanting place to go for a stroll all year round. However, add snow to the equation and we’ve got ourselves a winter wonderland!
Picture by chasingcharmatlanta on Instagram
5-14. Landmarks in the snow!
This epic collection of pictures from Storm Izzy definitely shows off how pretty a snow-topped Atlanta looks. From the Bank of America Plaza to the Centennial Olympic Park, these are the perfect winter snaps of the ATL.
Pictures by jerrito1 on Instagram
15. More Piedmont perfection
The King & Spalding building is almost succeeding at hiding behind the foggy snowfall, and the winter trees of Piedmont Park compliment the winter vibes. We hope y’all are cozying up this winter!
Picture by mroddc on Instagram.
16-23. It came, it thawed, it conquered
Considering the snow storm started up north, Alpharetta was a great place to be if you’re a snow-lover.
Picture by lote_331 on Instagram.
24. Historic Canton Street
Some more Roswell magic has made the list. This time it’s the enchanting Canton Street that was trying its best to get the snow to stick.
Picture by chasingcharmatlanta on Instagram.
Since it rarely snows in the ATL, and yesterdays was just a little taste of what’s possible, we thought we’d share this gorgeous throwback to manifest some more snowfall this winter.
Picture by dienamicimage on Instagram.