There's bound to be more snow disappearing today as the temp in the shade is up to 53° already, the sun is shining and there's a slight breeze blowing which will help with the evaporation. Needless to say, this is the warmest we've seen it in months. And months.
Now for the bad news. (Dum-da-dum-dum.) Rain is forecast for late today turning into snow over night and continuing on into the first of the week.
This is nuthin' unusual for our March weather. This is the way our spring comes in. And goes out. And comes in. And . . . and . . . and.
But regardless of the fact that we'll probably get more snow, none of it will stay around for long now. (Famous last words?)
I won't be out in the dirt planting for quite a while yet, but only three more weeks before I can start some seedlings inside.
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Yikes, can you believe we change the clocks tonight? Spring forward, fall behind. I swanny (old southern expression, right?), doesn't it seem like only about a month ago we pushed the clocks back an hour?