Several Shades of Grey..... and White
Anyone who knows me knows that doing anything "wordlessly" is next to impossible, but I am going to try very hard to keep my words brief!
In this part of Atlantic Canada we are next to the beautiful Bay of Fundy, that for the most part, moderates our climate. When it is hot in the summer, it is less so on the coast. Likewise when the mercury tickles arctic lows we are comparatively "frosty"!This is one example of good ole Jack's artistry.
The last few days, however, "moderate" does not describe the snowfall accumulation that has taken residence in our city. I'm talking snowbanks that obliterate the "STOP" signs! Honestly, and although I dared not slow down to capture evidence on my cell phone, you will have to take my word.
The wind howls and the snow comes in waves..... literally. Check out this breaking wave outside our door.
The late day shadows play across the wind blown mounds of snow.
I have been outside for longer than I care to be but someone has to relocate the mini alps and the snow blower only does so much. Another view from the inside looking out.
Current weather forecast: Blizzard warning with 30-50 cm of snow expected. This is the 3rd storm this week!!
So about now you should be grabbing a mug of hot chocolate.... or other beverage of you choice... and thanking the snow-gods for sparing you!