Most of the snow sort of disappeared, as trace amounts of early season snow will do. Even when temps stay low (and our high on Saturday was 25 F…), a little sunshine or a bit of wind is enough to take the stuff away.
But thanks to the cold temperatures, there was plenty of ice to be found all around by Sunday morning. In parking lot or driveway puddles, birdbaths and even the tidal waters of Rock Harbor.
I was dashing off to work this morning when I spotted the slushy ice, but the commute is so short these days, it was easy to justify stopping for a few quick pictures before resuming the dash toward what was to be a long and tiring…if also satisfying…day.
I’m happy to say we’ve managed to break the cold spell and our temperatures have now climbed all the way up to 36 degrees F, although at this late hour, it is back down to 33.
Ah, well. It’s time to break out those layers and enjoy the woolen socks!