A little snow hit the streets of San Francisco last night -- courtesy of those daredevils skiers and snowboarders taking part in the upcoming Icer Air event.
A crew from the urban snow jump competition dumped a few hundred
pounds of the cold stuff onto the street in front of a downtown nightclub for an impromptu rail slide session.
The skiiers took off from a snowy ramp on the back of a truck and hit the rail as dozens of tourists looked on.
They'll get a lot more air when the official Icer Air event is held on Nov. 2nd and 3rd at AT&T Park.
That jump ramp will be 100 feet high and 350 feet long.