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

For this week's #TBT, what better way to cozy up with a look back at how Northern California has celebrated winter since the late 1800s?

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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