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22 4, 11:59pm
I've never actually seen high mountains with snow caps in real life. It's common here in Connecticut, with its variable terrain, to be in a valley that's perfectly dry, then drive up a hill and find everything covered in snow. It's not quite the same thing, though, because are hills are not tall enough to be impressive.
There aren't any really tall mountains in the U.S. until you get way out West, and I've barely been past the Mississippi River.