Snow 2014 by Day

And this is what the snow looks like by daylight, when I went out to shovel the driveway free.

Snowy street

My street, all covered in snow.

Snowy street

The other side of the street

Snowy meadow

The meadow and oaktree next to the house

Snowy garden

The terrace and backgarden

We’re supposed to be getting even more snow on Sunday, since we’re right at the borderline between freezing dry and warm and humid air.

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4 Responses to Snow 2014 by Day

  1. Brrrr. Glad I’m in El Paso despite our recent cold snap (high of 49°F /9°C, low of 26°F/-3°C yesterday). Supposed to get up to 60°F/16°C today, but that’s a far cry from the 69°F/21°C we hit earlier in the week.

    • Cora says:

      Your cold snap sounds like normal winter over here, but then your climate is very different. Though I actually did see snow in Mississippi once as a kid, when my Dad worked there for a year. His American boss was stunned that my Dad showed up for work that day, because the other workers, unused to snow, had stayed at home.

      Today it’s been -6°C all day, which isn’t as cold as it gets round here, but pretty close. The heater actually stopped today because of insufficient power.

    • Cora says:

      Thanks. I’m just glad it snowed in time for the weekend, so none of us has to drive to work and brave the inevitable traffic chaos.

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