Eight months after "Snowvember" hit Buffalo, a major snow pile is still there, hiding in plain sight. Under a cover of dirt, that is. Yes, even in the late July heat, remnants of last year's winter storms sit comfortably insulated by dirt and garbage. At this point, the snow pile is "like a glacier," according to one meteorologist. Unless rain (or some motivated firemen) wash away the pile's insulation, the meteorologist said, it'll still be there through August.