Nine more inches of snow fell yesterday, on top of ice and freezing rain. Schools are closed again, of course. These are the feeders I rehung yesterday.
I won't be shovelling out the back gate. Spring can do that job. There is a huge drift on the other side.
The mailboxes on the road are buried and knocked askew by the force of the snow as the plow comes around the curve.
Before the latest deluge I measured the snow on the flat and came up with an average of 18 inches. 18" + 9" yesterday = 26". Where the snow has drifted it is much deeper than that.
So what's it doing in your neck of the woods today? Are you snowshoeing, paddling in floods and rain, basking in the sun? Do tell!