Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Snowfall record!!!

On the morning of April 15, we woke up to 3" of snow on the ground and 25 degrees!
The previous day had been 65 degrees and sunny! That's Michigan for you, and we love it!!

This snowfall puts us at 94.8 inches for the season, which is the most since the winter of 1881-82!

In other words, we've been through the snowiest winter in the last 133 years!!!

Last time for the sled this season (or not, you never know in MI :)

By the end of the day it was pretty much all gone

Can you find the design made by the sled skis??

"The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come,
and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land."
Song of Solomon 2:12

2 comments:

  1. Snow? In April? Wow. That's amazing. And a pretty impressive snowfall record for the season. Oregon's weather can change quickly too, but not that quickly:) I wish we lived in a place where we could get more snow:)

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  2. Pretty crazy!!! It seems like everybody has been getting tons of snow this year... It was sunny and awesome here though, till today when the rains came back!

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