We're having a warm, snowy day here, which is really unusual. This is by far the driest continent on earth, and we just don't get a whole lot of snowfall. Right now it's +12F and snowing pretty hard. We almost never get weather like this. It's a nice change. This picture is taken from my dorm roo, looking out over the VXE-6 transition. On a clear day, you would see Mt Lister and the Royal Society range of the Transantarctic mountains in the background.