What happens when a geyser erupts into air temperatures of -17.8°C (0°F)? Well, you get instant snow, of course!
As reported by ABC News, Old Faithful, that famous angry water spout in Yellowstone National Park, was busy doing its usual thing.
Every 44 to 125 minutes, it builds up enough pressure to fire superheated water into the air.
Just 22 meters (72 feet) beneath the surface, the water is about 118°C (244°F), and it often retains this heat as it explodes out onto the surface.
By the way, if anyone out in Wyoming right now can build a snowman out of that supervolcano-powered geyser snow, then they are officially awesome.