We ended up with about 6" of heavy, wet snow on Saturday. Yesterday temps were above freezing most of the day so we got some melting.
This morning we woke to 1-1/2" or 2" of new snow and it's still coming down lightly.
If this were November, we snow lovers who choose to live up here near the tundra would be dancing naked adorned with a wreath of pine boughs on our head reveling in what would be looking like a wonderful winter season ahead.
On April 8th, not so much.
But as I often say, we need moisture for the upcoming growing season and we are, indeed, getting a lovely dose of "poor man's fertilizer."
For all of you working in your gardens today, planting those cooler weather crops and perhaps even setting out started plants, I'm with you in spirit.
the quotidian (3.19.18)
11 hours ago