From Sunday morning until Monday morning, we had an impressive snowfall. Winds gusting up to 50 mph (and it certainly felt like that) formed drifts that required lots of shoveling and work with the plow truck. Our guess is that we got about 9-10" of snow, but there were reports of up to 18" in other parts of the county.
The temperature this morning is -3°, so there's little doubt winter has arrived.
This is (was) a fabric covered shelter that we've used for storage of hay and straw bales, our 4-wheeler and miscellaneous other things. We intentionally snuggled the storage shelter into the woods to protect it from the wind. Bad idea.