Given the recent wintery weather in places like Texas and Alabama, along with much of the rest of the southeastern United States, the issue of school cancellation due to snow has been of particular interest lately.
While many people are simply gawking at or mocking the response to the cold in the south (ourselves included, admittedly), Redditor A. Trubetskoy actually took the time to make a genuine contribution to the conversation.
Gathering data from various local news outlets, City-data.com, and maps from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, he created a map of the U.S. showing by county the amount of snow generally required to call off school…
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