So today we are having the "Storm before the Storm". We have been happily going from light snow, to sleet, to 'Freezing Drizzle' (a true anomaly for those of you in the Southern Regions). All in anticipation of tomorrows "Near Blizzard" conditions. ❄️❄️
BUT Beatrice and i are not stopped by a little chilly weather. A brisk walk Downtown at 16 F is a stroll in the park,,,,,,, no, no, no, that will be later on this afternoon when is starts to 'cool' off a bit. Here are a few Downtown shots from this morning.
|Nashua River this morning.|
|Frozen Nashua River covered with snow.|
Last weekend we watched folks plowing and shoveling snow off Lake Winnipesaukee
(Win-e-pas-akee)for a Hockey tournament.
|Main St. looking North|
|Main St looking South|
Thursday we had a 13.4 inch snow fall. It was a nice day to stay in and watch. Thursday night and Friday morning the city moved most of the snow from the primary roads. Just a little slush left and some from this morning.
As usual on Saturday morning, Main St was busy, stores and resaurants were open, and folks were out and about.
|Piling it up|
Yes that is a pile of snow plowed up to clear the parking lot that you can't really see. Turning corners can be a real adventure here in the winter when the snow is piled up.
Tomorrow we are supposed to get another foot or so of light fluffy white stuff. Should be great day for Snow Shoeing in Mine Falls Park.
We were not the only intrepid souls out this morning. For most New Englanders, this is just another February Saturday Morning.
A special HI!! to these folks that i met and waved to me as i was doing photos in the middle of Main St. (I was standing in a Safety Island).
Tomorrow we may have some new Mine Falls pics. Here is our latest weather advisory.