It’s not very often that it snows on the Outer Banks of North Carolina – maybe once or twice a year. If it does snow, the frozen precipitation that covers the sand dunes, roads and buildings on the island is celebrated.
Locally-owned businesses close early, everyone loses their mind on the roads, and many area locals are dancing outside, rejoicing that it has snowed. Since this is such an uncommon occurrence, photos of snow on Outer Banks attractions are celebrated by vacationers who frequent the area during the bustling summer months.
Here are some photos from the most recent #snOBX event on February 12, just before Valentine’s Day. If you haven’t already, please give us a follow on Instagram and like our Facebook page while you’re at it.