Some locals in the area had some ideas of where the snow goes. "I'm pretty sure that when it's warm enough, the snow would melt and turn into water", Emily Hammerschmidt of Scranton says. "It'll eventually go into the drainage system and go back into the river, right?" She had more to say, but I didn't hear it over my laughing. I also asked Eric Peterson of Olyphant, he said the same thing. "When it gets warm out, the snow will finally melt. I can't wait man. Hey Chase, you're awesome man. You help us out with your investigations in ways you don't even know." I was very thankful to the pedestrian and went on to my next part of the investigation.
I took some investigative pictures of what happens over time to snow that I put in my very own sink. So I got a handful of snow.
By: Chase McDougalberg