MIST AND SNOW

It wasn’t much of a snow, as New England January snowstorms go, but it was the first time the white stuff had fallen since Thanksgiving. It warmed up and melted off before the day was done, but immediately afterward, the wind came up and the cold roared in.

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Now, for the first time, it feels like winter. The ground is (thankfully) clear but the wind is icy with a bitter chill.

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The rapid weather changes produced fog to go with the snow, so we had a rare combination of haze and snow. Pretty to look at, but I’m glad we didn’t have to drive in it.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

10 thoughts on “MIST AND SNOW”

  1. Gorgeous pictures! We got about three inches yesterday, and it was in the single digits this morning. It was our first substantial snow, so far. After last winter’s wrath, I’d be happy if this was our last! πŸ™‚

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