Sure doesn't look like we're going to get the forecasted heavy snow which is just fine with us at this point in time.
The red warning banner across the top of our local Internet server is still there, but the blurb under it tells of the cancelled storm warning and lists only a winter weather advisory now . . . until 1 p.m. on Monday.
We woke to 36 degrees this morning and rain which quickly turned into a rain/snow mix. The temp dropped a couple of degrees to 34 and great, big fluffy flakes began to fall.
Wish I could have captured how extremely big the flakes were with my little camera but they never seem to show up as they look in real life. (Maybe if I'd actually learn how to use my camera, I could do a better job.)
We had about an inch or a smidge more of accumulation . . . and then it turned to rain again. Now at almost 4 p.m. it's still 34 degrees and a few flakes are filtering down once more.
Bottom line, I don't think we're going to have to dig out from any huge dumping of snow, but it sure is cold, damp and downright ishy out there.
It seems winter's last hurrah is turning into a fizzle. I hope I'm still saying that by 1 p.m. tomorrow.
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