In wake of Winter Storm Helena, social media cracks on South with #snowpocalypse

Ice sickles form on a rail after a winter storm hit the South, Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017, in Calera, Ala. Forecasters are saying travel could be a problem through Saturday, and some flights already have been canceled because of the weather. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (MEDIA GENERAL) — Compared to the Northeast and Midwest, the Southern United States just doesn’t get much snow.

When it does, even just a few inches — entire cities shut down, grocery stores run out of food and traffic is a total nightmare. You can read about it all on social media, where the word #snowpocalypse is now trending.

So this week, the jokes are on us, y’all. Here are some of the best:

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