Just as in Narnia, the snow does not know its proper season.
A curse making it “always winter but never Christmas,” is how C.S. Lewis explains Narnia's unseasonable weather in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. A sentiment Prince George’s County and much of the area can relate to today, where snow has fallen on Halloween weekend. It may very well turn into a curse, as the ice and unseasonable snow hit trees still bearing their seasonable leaves, increasing their weight and the possibility of broken limbs, downed trees and power outages. The National Weather Service has extended a freeze warning for Prince George's County to 9 a.m. Sunday EDT, predicting temperatures to be in the low 30s in urban areas.