Happy Sunday! Here’s a weekend waterview and what we looked like on Thursday as our snow started to melt.
According the The Weather Channel, all 50 states in the U.S. had either snow or sleet on the ground on Wednesday courtesy of Winter Storm Inga.
Snow and Sleet Covered the Ground in Parts of All 50 States Wednesday. Computer model analysis of snow and ice cover on Wednesday. Purple and pink shadings show the deepest snow cover while blue represents lighter amounts.
In my next life, I want to be a meteorologist ;)
Our snowy blanket of 7 inches from Wednesday is mostly melted as of this morning with temperatures in the upper 50s and 60s this weekend.
Here’s a bird’s-eye view of our snowy landscape. I took the photo out of the upstairs window while checking to see if our tarp was still in place from our storm damage.
Now that the snow is gone, my hubby is climbing up today to see if it needs reinforcing. It looks like it’s going to be a while before repairs are made.
I always look forward to a little snow in January or February, since it doesn’t hang around very long.
Dear Mother Nature: The bridal wreath spirea, snowball bush and azaleas all respectfully request no snow or freezing temperatures in March or April please.
For the cold and winter weary, you can find some
Keep Calm and Winter On projects and recipes, HERE.
I hope you’re in a warming trend too this week.♥
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