Shadows and snow from the early morning sun, front yard of our home (above) and back yard (right). A second-straight night of sub-freezing temperatures combined with high winds drove wind chills into single digits and meant the white stuff that fell on Monday will rmain with us for some time yet.
Today’s forecast? Continued cold with winds. In other words, bundle up if you go outside. Stay in inf you can (which most of us cannot).
Ironic. All winter, the snows came, immediately followed by warm temperatures and melting. March opens with the largest snowfall of the winter, followed by sub-freezing temperatures and little melting. Add winds, drifts and bitter cold and this is the kind of winter storm we normally see in January or February.
Mother Nature can be a bitch.