Winter’s not over ’til the last snowflake falls

About 4 inches of snowflake

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11 Responses to “Winter’s not over ’til the last snowflake falls”

  1. Lisa Says:

    Same here (NH)… I was actually bitter about the whole thing this morning when I left. I feel like there is an invisible line and it was crossed yesterday lol. AH well such is live in New England!

  2. Emily Says:

    We got about 3 here in Southwest NH. I had started cleaning up the parts of the herb beds where the snow melted on Saturday. Oh well.

  3. Sara Says:

    We’ve been getting rain so far, but they’re saying snow Wednesday night. What’s killing me is the temps–barely out of the 30s for the next five days, and lows in the teens and twenties… BAH. I’m ready for one of those rogue 70 degree days!

    • Ali Says:

      Hell, I’ll take a rogue 60s day! Mostly I just want the SUN to shine for at least 3 straight days, preferably beginning on Friday.

  4. Laurie Meunier Graves Says:

    Snow here in central Maine! Just went outside to take some shots to post on my own blog. Funny—isn’t it?—how it looks so pretty in photos. And, yours are just lovely, Ali.

  5. weekend farmer Says:

    Happy Spring there Ali…..we had 70 degrees and then snow on the second day of Spring : ( Ah well….

  6. GrafixMuse Says:

    “Spring snow doesn’t last long” is what I have been saying to everyone. I wonder if I am trying to convince myself. It did look pretty clinging to everything.

  7. Jennifer Fisk Says:

    I arrived back in Portland from Arizona last evening at around 6 and started driving towards Mt. Desert Island. I picked up a snow storm in Newport and got really giddy about it. It proved I was back in ME which was a wonderful feeling. At least here we know the weather is changeable sometimes at a moment’s notice.

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