Snow Birds

As wintertime approaches, temperatures start to hit an all-time low bringing in tons of snow. Of course, requiring any person in those areas to bundle up in thick winter jackets, boots, and gloves.

 

As the streets start to experience icing and the flurry turns into a snow day, people from all around the globe decide to pick up and travel to warmer climates. Usually, these people are referred to as “Snow Birds,” or the ones who couldn’t handle the cold so they move to a warm location for a few months at a time just to escape.

 

It is a known fact that for some, they enjoy the wintertime cold and snow since it flows perfectly with the vibe and overall nature of the holiday time. For others, being a Snow Bird is the way to go especially when temperatures fall to an extreme low that is pretty much unbearable to be in for more than a minute at a time.

 

With this being the case, it is bound that the warmer states start to experience more traffic, overcrowdedness at restaurants and hectic shopping malls due to the inflow of Snow Birds. Once the weather starts to change up north than these Snow Birds usually fleet back home.

 

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