There is always excitement in Huntsville when there is a chance for a good snow event. Already, at this point 2 inches of snow have fallen and the event has just started. However, we can always make things a little more exciting with thundersnow! Around 0434 UTC, a single flash of lightning was detected by the NALMA and supported by all of the Facebook and Twitter posts by the weather folks here in town. The two images show the overall radar reflectivity observations (in clear air mode) at the time of the flash (Figure 1) and the raw NALMA observations as seen on the SPoRT web page (Figure 2) . The flash likely originated in the cluster of high source densities over Huntsville proper and then extended to our southwest traveling several tens of kilometers. Needless to say, this will be an interesting event to revisit and analyze.