In Rochester, Minn., where Matthew Knoepke shoveled snow Wednesday on that city's downtown streets?
Or in Hollywood Beach, Fla., where Dominic Forceir of Shebrooke, Canada, basked in the sun in near-record high temperatures of the upper 80s on Wednesday?
Perhaps only the snow enthusiasts among us would pick the former.
The winter storm that's ravaged the United States has produced record snowfall amounts and dangerously cold temperatures across the Northeast and Midwest. It's been a nasty mess.
But, obviously, there remains a few places where sun worshippers could work on their winter tan — and, we suspect, ignore the timely snickers about climate change, either pro or con.
Alas, Alabamians are used to receiving little of snow's fun while longing for the return of spring.
Of course, would we want that much snow?