We received about 12" of snow overnight last night and the first half of today. Reports say we're to expect somewhere around another 12" starting later tonight and into tomorrow.
It's been a heavy, wet snow that gives the old shovel-wielding muscles a real workout. But a sub-zero (as in possibly 20 below) cold front is moving into our area scheduled to arrive tomorrow night so it's suggested we get all our snow moving and plowing done before the Arctic air turns the while stuff into immovable cement.
The garden beds really do look kinda like beds, don't they? (Yikes, I'm glad I don't have people to occupy that many beds in my household. Think of the grocery bill.)
Every branch is coated with inches of pure, white snow which makes it a true winter wonderland out there.
We're grateful for all the ground insulation with the expected cold front moving in.
And we're as ready as we can be for more snow!
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