Last week we had a snowfall warning, and once again, the weather people were accurate.
I feel thankful I live somewhere, that despite all the snow we get, the chinooks blow in and melt most of the snow away. Typing this, I did some digging and found that we had 26.1 cm of snow this month [10 1/2 inches]. The majority of the snowfall accumulated over just a couple of days.
The chinooks are a very, very messy process, when temperatures go from well below zero to suddenly well above zero. Really quick, like overnight. Again, thankful I live where the snow disappears, but heaven help you if you don't check the windshield washer fluid before you leave the house. I'm sure many of us are familiar with pulling onto a side street and finding snow to rub on your windshield as your 'washer fluid' simply to see out the windshield. I digress, that's a story for another day...
What I'm trying to say is this: we lost most of the snow. Now the snow is back and deeper than ever. We had a ridiculous cold front blow through, where night time lows were once again in the -40 degree celsius with wind chill and now we're patiently waiting for yet another chinook to blow in, and temps will rise once more.
And today, we woke up to snow. Falling. Again. Is it pretty? Yes. But have I tired of it? Again, yes.
Today will definitely change our February accumulation of snow. But by how much...
Here's week 2 of this years project life album:
- Hanging out in Bass Pro. Kinda like a date night, but not.
- Walking the doggo.
- Hockey fans.
- Seeing Fiddlers on the Roof, was sobering considering the war in the Ukraine right now. History repeating itself, again.
- Crazy kids, who I adore.
The following Sahlin Studio products were used:
Photo Journal No.3 - http://sahlinstudio.com/new-in-the-shop-photo-journal-templates-stamps/
Washi Strips No.2 - https://the-lilypad.com/store/washi-tapes-strips-no.-2.html