#TBT: Wintering in NorCal, How We've Celebrated Crisp Weather Over the Years

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Not too much has changed in how we celebrate our chilly months—we bundle up, hit the slopes and explore our beautiful landscapes.

Winter doesn't officially start until December 21, but with the rain, chilly weather, and holiday season in full swing, it sure is starting to feel like the season. For this week's #TBT, what better way to cozy up and usher in the last month of the year than to take a look back at how Northern California has celebrated winter?

San Francisco, 1887

Private Collection via FoundSF

On February 5, 1887, between 3.7 and 7 inches of snow fell on San Francisco. This photo was taken at the 600 block of Shotwell, in The Mission.

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