Here on the VA eastern shore, snow is measured more in snowflakes than inches, which means that the dusting we received overnight last week might be our total winter snowfall.
Of course, the weather has been unpredictable in many parts of the country, unseasonably warm temps have prevailed in what’s supposed to be winter’s chilly grip. The result is earlier than usual plant growth which was was very evident walking around the Frog & PenguINN yard this weekend.
Others are getting ready with new growth already in view.
However, our maple and crepe myrtle trees still bear witness to winter and remain without foliage and no signs of budding.
Blogger friends like Sandra and Christine exempt from this question and AC, Christer, Elaine and Mona we already know your answer.
At the F&P, Grenville is leaving the snow shovel on our back porch. The weather prediction this week is for the COLDest temps so far this winter season — at least for here.