We are off to the snowiest start of winter since 1991 - which most who live in MN will recall was the Halloween blizzard. I can vividly recall trick-or-treating through almost 3 feet of snow. This weekend's storm takes the record for the most snow in a single day in December ... 17 inches in my neck of the woods. Some of these were taken last night (the darker ones obviously LOL) some this morning. It was really windy so there was a lot of duning & weird swirly things:
& the coolest swirly bit:
Yeah. We could be done with snow now as far as I'm concerned, really. Running out of places to put it! But seems like usually when we get a lot of snow, it's just setting up for even MORE snow the rest of the winter. To top it all off it's also super-cold now, so even if I were included to play in it, it's really too cold for that - the high today is 7, with wind chill at about -20. I was out shovelling for a couple hours so I think I am inside for the day now. I'll try to actually get a few things taken care of instead of just napping with a warm blanked =)
Thanks for reading.