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Friday, March 9, 2018

Snowed-In (Again)

Like cities in many other states, Nashua, NH was hit with another nor'easter for the second time in less than a week. Last Friday, we were pounded with wind and rain, this time it was snow —some 12-13 inches total overnight on Wednesday into most of Thursday.

The views from our 5th floor apartment were beautiful with the wet snow clinging to trees along the Nashua River. (All of these photos were taken in color, but the results were monochromatic.)
Thankfully, we did not have to go out an shovel off our vehicles or go to work. The benefits of being retired and having underground parking spots.
In a view from another window, the S-curve in this roadway was intriguing. And the photo below shows another curve in the roadway fencing.
If you were among the folks affected by this latest winter storm, we hope that you were safe we well. Many areas lost power, thankfully our building did not.

Remember that clocks get set an hour ahead this weekend for daylight savings time — yes, already and it does seem early to us TOO ! 
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Enjoy your weekend, Everyone.

18 comments:

Anvilcloud said...

We are having little snowfalls lately, nothing like yours.

Doris said...

Your snow pictures are beautiful! Our storm was a bust here. We do still have a bit of the white stuff in our back yard....less sun back there.
I'm a fan of daylight savings time....bring it on :)

L. D. said...

I know that you are not glad to have that to hit again. It has been a rough time over on the east coast. Our one son lives up in Maine and he too is getting tired of this winter. Do take care and stay safe and warm.

gigihawaii said...

Beautiful shots of the snow. So glad you did not lose power.

DUTA said...

The snow covered trees and the snow covered roofs of the buildings along the river with the snow covered banks - are a beautiful sight!

Emma Springfield said...

This first picture is so pretty I can't stand it. Wow.

William Kendall said...

Beautiful shots!

We've had a couple of days of snowfall, so it was probably the same system.

Sandra said...

i have been fussing for 2 weeks about the coming time change and it is early to me. that first photo is just gorgeous

My name is Erika. said...

And I thought we might have an early spring with our beautiful February weather. But I should know better. It was too good to be true. Let’s hope this next storm doesn’t materialize for us. Happy weekend. Hugs erika

Red said...

That's some major snow. The only good thing is that at this time of year it won't stick around very long.

Cynthia said...

The first photo is amazing, the way even the tree trunks are covered with snow. You had quite a view of the storm from five stories up.

Valerie said...

I like the last picture. The UK has had it bad so I was fortunate that I didn't need to go out. Even the cat stayed home.

mamasmercantile said...

Amazing photos, such a lot of snow.

Connie said...

Lovely pictures. Glad to hear you don't have to shovel.

Sandi said...

It may snow here soon. Raining now, great big giant raindrops!

Angela said...

You have such a fantastic view!

possum said...

That first picture is amazing!
Snow does make cities look better- if that is possible...
How much did you get in this latest one?
We got .64 inches of rain.
I was expecting some snow on the daffodils, but it didn't happen.

Lynn said...

That makes me shiver, just looking at it. I hope it goes away soon.

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