The view from my bedroom window on March 1 was snow covered and cold. 5 degrees at 7 a.m.
March 9 and the view wasn’t much different. 20 degrees at 7 a.m. but daytime temps haven’t gotten much above freezing. Because it is so cold the snow is not melting.
No reason to take more photos. It remains cold and the view doesn’t change much. 22 degrees at 7 a.m. and windy.
30 degrees at 7 a.m. but it didn’t get much warmer in the afternoon. Still the snow is beginning to melt. This has been one of the coldest months of March in years. The maple sugar people are not very happy. However, the south bank in front of the house is all melted, the path to the henhouse is clear and I can feel spring’s arrival. Her very slow arrival.
I have hopes that my April record of the weather, and the view from my bedroom window will see a great deal of green change.
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We are finally rid of the snow here in S. of Boston MA.I’m skeptical…..I expect winter to have one last hurrah. I would love to be wrong. Here’s to a snow free Massachusetts!
Poor Pat. I hope your snow melts soon. April here is like a warm soothing balm.