The other day, I posted a shot showing the bit of snow we had, and mentioned that the next day, we would be getting 1-3 inches more of snow. Well, the second storm came in very early Monday morning and we had about 3.5 here, and some places had up to 6+ inches of the white stuff. This was followed by cold air, so you had to clear it out. Things were crunchy for a day or so.
Fast forward to yesterday (Thursday) The temperature rises to about 60, and around 4PM a sudden storm with heavy rain and straight line winds to 85 MPH in places created havoc. Also, washed away most of Monday’s snow. Within a weeks’ time, we had late Spring weather, high winds, snow, more snow, REALLY high winds and now things are calming down but chilly.
Today was a chilly mix of rain, some sleet up near the place where I do volunteer work, and then a quick, small squall here at home. The cardinal is not impressed, and looks like one of those “Angry Birds” you see. Can’t say I blame him!
From what I hear, temperatures are supposed to stay chilly for another week or so, then perhaps we can get back to seasonal. But not without winter’s last hurrah…one that knocked our record for least snowiest season on its butt. Oh well, its all good in the end.