The tulips in my header image were blooming like this on April 25th, 2012. So crazy! We had an early spring last year. It doesn’t look like that’s going to happen this year. It’s a good thing, too, because many fruit blossoms bloomed early and then froze, when it got cold again. I hope that doesn’t happen this year. I bet my tulips bloom later, too. April 25th was way too early!
Last year, we were in the 60s, so our little bit of snow just disappeared. On February 26-27, we got 15-17 inches of snow in east central WI. It is still very much present, although melting slowly. These satellite pictures are quite different from each other!
Argh, the pictures don’t exist at that link anymore.
I’m so behind on this post. From 5pm on 2-26-13, and all through the day on Wednesday, we got 15-17inches of snow. It seemed every media outlet had a different opinion on how much snow we got. We woke up on Wednesday morning to a snow day and about 2-3 feet of snow drifted across the entire driveway, plus that much snow over all the sidewalks, too. It took Gary 3 hours to get everything snowblowed, plus, he really had to push the snowblower through the snow, since it was wet and heavy. Ugh. I just stayed home most of that day, although, I did go out to the soup supper and Lenten service from about 5pm to 6:30pm. That’s only about a mile or two away. Earlier in the day, the roads had been really bad, so I just stayed home.
Pictures of the snow:
Today, was rainy, windy, cold, and foggy. The warm above-freezing temps are melting the snow, but it’s still going to take a while to melt all this snow!