Winter has come to the Vicarage for the holidays. As Thanksgiving closed out the storms came in. We have had about 28 inches dumped on us over the last week. For those of you who use the metric system that is 71 centimeters. Most of that came in one storm or set of storms depending on how you look at it.
As you can see, the new fallen snow has melted back a bit after a few days of warm weather and it is truly beautiful now.
From here through the end of March we will be in a weather pattern of alternating snow and rain if the trend from the last couple of years holds. Last night it poured and this brook flooded as it has been doing the last few years filling the back yard.
When I awoke this morning that little fire pit was submerged in the water up to its base.
Tell me what it looks like where you live.
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Snow is so pretty. I enjoy seeing your photos. We occasionally get snow, but it doesn’t last long. Here today at the moment it is 47, sunny and bright with a light wind. Highs will be in the mid 60s, and will be the same all week. 🙂