Traveling from Massachusetts to Connecticut and Back Again –
Cee’s Which Way Photography Challenge

It really has been a totally wacko week for weather here in the upper northeastern quadrant of this continent.

On the road again …


We drove down to Connecticut on Friday. When we left the house, it was snowing lightly. By the time we got to the Mass Pike, it was snowing a lot more than that and a few miles down the road, it was close to a whiteout.

Route 320

Icy windshield

As we crossed the border into Connecticut, it changed to heavy rain … and as the miles past, it became cloudy and the rain went away.

Remi, Garry, Tom and sunshine

By the time we got to Tom and Ellin’s house, the sun was out.

Coming home at sunset

We drove home today in relatively mild weather with a bright blue sky.

Categories: cee's photo challenge, climate, Photography, Roads, snow, Travel, Weather

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50 replies

  1. Here in Minnesota the ground is mostly still frozen solid!!!! Normally, farmers are out cultivating, etc. I know our gravel driveway is not letting the meltwater soad in!!!@

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  2. I see some flurries here this morning …
    My shovel is weeping.

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  3. A little too snowy for me. Made for wonderful photos though.


  4. I think we had the same weather here. I only wish I had captured it on camera, totally unbelievable. I’m glad the weather was better in Ct.

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  5. March was cool and wet, and now April is cold and snowy. We got out second April snow (the once in a decade thing) Sunday night, although this time it didn’t accumulate (It was a hair too warm for that). The summer outdoors stuff is just piling up at work because this is usually when sales start booming, but nobody’s in the mood for lawnmowers and pools when it’s still snowing outside…

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  6. It has been wacko in many places this year. France has seen weird weather as well. And I just saw snow forecasted in Maine for this week.

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  7. That is crazy. They are saying 80 degrees on Saturday- and snow this morning. WTH!!!!

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  8. I’m glad that snowstorm moved on while you were gone! Hopefully it was the last of the season!

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  9. You seem to have had a bit of everything. Glad you arrived safely and the sun arrived to greet you

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    • I also managed to catch a really bad cold just as the weather is warming up. I haven’t had a cold like this is more than four years. Oy.

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      • It was like a long days’ journey into night on the road to perdition in the twilight zone.

        Fortunately, we did end up with sunshine, albeit with frosty temps. Turned out to be a fun weekend with old and new friends. So enjoyable.

        Back home again with the dawgs who clearly missed us and/or our biscuit treats.

        Sorry about your truly DISpicable cold. Hope it’s not pneumonia. Crazy that you can’t see your PC til Friday because he’s “solidly booked”. Is he also a theatrical agent?

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