Oh sure, it's pretty...but seriously! It did cover up the gross nasty rusty red snow, but not for long and then we were back to soupy muck. I had to crack out my rubber boots. At least it was the last snow fall before spring, right? Ha ha ha ha ha ha!
Here's our upcoming forecast:
Long Term Forecast Updated:Tuesday, March 19, 2013, 5:55ADT
|WednesdayMarch 20||ThursdayMarch 21||FridayMarch 22||SaturdayMarch 23||SundayMarch 24||MondayMarch 25|
6am - 6pm
|Snow||Variable cloudiness||Scattered flurries||Snow||Scattered flurries||Variable cloudiness|
6pm - 6am
|Scattered flurries||Cloudy periods||Snow||A few flurries||Few flurries||Cloudy periods|
|Wind||E 25km/h||S 20km/h||NE 30km/h||N 45km/h||N 30km/h||NW 30km/h|
|24-Hr Rain||less than 1 mm||-||-||-||-||-|
|24-Hr Snow||close to 10 cm||-||5-10 cm||5-10 cm||close to 1 cm||-|
Note that the first full day of spring we're supposed to get 5-10 cm of snow. How is that spring? I know, I know, there are daffodils and blossoming cherry trees, the snow drops have likely come and gone out west. I even heard rumours of 16 degrees. On the bright side, at least our temperatures aren't that cold in the forecast. (Yesterday it felt like -21 BLICK)
Anyhow, thought I'd drop a quick update, hopefully we won't be digging out of snow until summer. Ah...that golden word, how blissful it sounds. Be well!