Snow in May? (updated)

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What looks like snow near the Big Horn Mercantile on Johnson Street in Big Horn is actually cotton from the nearby trees. The cotton mixed in with a few dandelion seeds gets moved by the wind and piled up in the new grown grass giving the illusion of "Snow in May." And to think this chilly looking photo was taken when the temperature was near Wednesday's expected high of 81 degrees. Scroll down to see the Big Horn Mercantile in the 11:30 am Snow Storm of May 9, 2012

What looks like snow near the Big Horn Mercantile on Johnson Street in Big Horn is actually cotton from the nearby trees. The cotton mixed in with a few dandelion seeds gets moved by the wind and piled up in the new grown grass giving the illusion of "Snow in May."
What looks like snow near the Big Horn Mercantile on Johnson Street in Big Horn is actually cotton from the nearby trees. The cotton mixed in with a few dandelion seeds gets moved by the wind and piled up in the new grown grass giving the illusion of "Snow in May."
The Big Horn Mercantile in the 11:30 am Snow Storm of May 9, 2012
The Big Horn Mercantile in the 11:30 am Snow Storm of May 9, 2012