To say that the weather here in Nashua, NH, has been far less than spring-like would be a major understatement. Here's a look at temperatures for the upcoming week.
Thankfully, there's no forecast of wet weather until late next week. It's forecast as rain with temperatures on rise.
That's better than what happened 35 years ago when a late season winter storm on April 28-29, 1987 brought heavy snow to interior sections of southern New England. The storm moved in during the morning rush hour and sent road crews scrambling for snow-removal equipment.
According to an online article, the surprise snowstorm buried neighboring Massachusetts under almost 2 feet of snow and knocked out power to more than 180,000 New Englanders at the height of the storm which caused hundreds of traffic accidents. Meanwhile, a record heat wave baked the western two-thirds of the nation with readings in the 70s, 80s and 90s.
Better news is that despite chilly outdoor temps this week, I enjoyed these indoor blooms.
Yesterday, the Nashua Department of Public Works set up the two fountains on the Nashua River below our 5th floor apartment. This is the one closest to our view.
Yes, it was quite windy, but the water spray was a colorful sight.
Enjoy Your Weekend, Everyone
Hope you have Spring in your locale