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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Snowy Monday

It certainly wasn't much snow compared to other U.S. cities, which are buried in snow. But, Nashua, NH, had its first measurable snowfall Sunday night into early Monday morning. 

According to forecasters, the city received a little over 4 inches of snow. For the first time this year, the Nashua River was showing some icy patches. 

The shot below was taken from our 5th floor apartment window while the snow was still falling.
By mid-morning, the snow had ended and most of the river ice had melted as temperatures rose to near 40 degrees.
Of course, Grenville and I are still hopeful for a white Christmas. After all, there's still time 🕰

10 comments:

gigihawaii said...

All that snow is lovely.

Sandra said...

Certainly a beautiful view out the window and I love the tree and the ice. Hope you get your snow

Doris said...

It certainly is pretty and you have the BEST view from your apartment!
No snow here and no forecast for a white Christmas either....ok with me but not everyone in this house :)

Lynn said...

That is so lovely - thank you for sharing.

L. D. said...

They are such beautiful shots. The one taken with the tree in the foreground is wonderful.

Emma Springfield said...

We only got a couple of inches of snow this time. But it will stay on the ground for a while because the temperatures are in the teens for the foreseeable future. Lots of ice in the Big Sioux River. I haven't been out to check the Missouri River.

Michelle said...

You do have a beautiful view. I enjoy snow, but it will likely be another month before we receive any.

Connie said...

Pretty pictures! I think our total from the storm this week was about four inches too.

William Kendall said...

Quite a delightful sight! We've had snow repeatedly over the last few days, and the temperatures are now consistently staying below freezing.

Devilish Angel said...

Lovely photos...

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