Fence In Snow - March 14 2017

Snow Last Week; Spring Today

Amazing the difference a week can make. We were dealing with snow last week and today’s weather was sunny and warm – typical spring.

Tree In Snow - March 14 2017

Our winter has been unseasonably warm, so the fact that the two snows last week also happened to be our biggest snows of the season is not a surprise. Neither was a particularly big snowfall, but the rest of the winter was just that unusual.

Fence In Snow - March 14 2017

And now our weather has turned decidedly toward spring. Yesterday was warm and sunny with some thunderstorms yesterday evening, fairly typical weather for the approaching April. Trees are budding and I expect to be taking photographs of flowers in just a couple of weeks.

Road In Snow - March 14 2017

As always, you can click on the image above to view a large quality image.

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1 Comment

  1. Jane on March 22, 2017 at 7:21 am

    I love it when it snows up until Christmas. After that I want my warm weather back, but I do love to watch it snow and see everything covered in snow. It’s just so beautiful and peaceful. I know the herd loved it. We haven’t had much snow this year either. Thank you for sharing the pictures. They are so beautiful.

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