Snowy Day

Snowy Day

Just when it was starting to feel like spring, too.

Yesterday morning, I woke up to a layer of thick, wet snow covering the outside world. Snow thick enough that, when I rolled my car window down, it stayed standing up. Snow wet enough that it stuck to my car as I tried to wipe it off so I could see where I was driving.

A lot of it has melted already–that’s one of the benefits of temperatures that hover around 0 C. Unfortunately, one of the downfalls of temperatures hovering around 0 C is that it’ll freeze overnight, leaving the roads slippery in the morning.

According to the radio yesterday¬†afternoon, we’ll be seeing snowfalls until at least Tuesday. I’m going to go ahead and focus on the benefits: the pretty white coating on bare branches, the quick melt, and the knowledge that warmer weather will be here soon.

Because even with some snow and ice, I’m enjoying this a lot more than the approximately -25 to -35 C (without wind chill) days we were seeing a little over two weeks ago.

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