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THE UNITED STATES has been pummeled by a series of storms this winter. While many people in New York (including myself, after just digging my car out of two feet of snow) are sort of all, “What’s new?” places such as Charleston, South Carolina, have shut down the entire city more than they’ve ever done in previous winters, just for a few flakes. This map, depicting how much snow it takes to close school across the US, would have been awesome to have as a kid. Check out map creator atrubetskoy’s Reddit post for more regionally-specific information.
(H/T Unofficial Networks)