Sunday, November 6, 2011

Winter has arrived.

And quite abruptly, I might add! From not even a single skiff of snow this fall to, well...

THIS:



What you see here is between 4-6 inches of snow, with many drifts and banks much deeper/higher already! Fortunately, it's not actually COLD ~ barely below freezing ~ but the wind has sounded and felt very wintery since last night.  The icy snow pellets didn't feel that great on my cheeks and eyes on my walk today either!

But here on the yard, inside the trees, it's a beautiful day for playing in the snow!


How's the weather in YOUR neck of the woods today?

Snowstorm 

7 Comments:

Gin said...

Overcast and had some rain this morning! I'm not ready for snow!

rkbsnana said...

Brrrrrrrrr!! Sunny and mild day here in Arkansas.

Karen said...

63 and balmy in Georgia...I can't even imagine....

The Real Me! said...

That's hard to believe because it was about 72 here today, partly sunny. We are going to have a week of perfect weather. I can't wait.
It's snowing earlier than normal. Maine usually doesn't get snow until late December early January and my parents said they got 3-4 inches last week. It's going to be a cold cold winter it looks like.
Stay warm and cozy.
Hugs
Kim

CyndyB said...

Clear and sunny. :) Rare is the day that I can say that in November, but it's true!

Wendy said...

Looks like the girls are enjoying the snow! That first snowfall is still magical; I don't care how many winters you've experienced.

Sunny and cool today in the mountains of North Carolina. :)

Bobbie said...

That is SHOCKING!! and beautiful!! It looks like the dead of winter already!! Its just getting cool in South Louisiana now.

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