The nice thing about New England is that we have four real seasons. I grew up in Florida, and there they have spring and summer--that's it. Fall has been beautiful, but now it's time to get down to real weather and we are getting the first of some decent snow. It is always amazing how the color goes out of the landscape at this time of year--we now have a study in gray and white. We've gotten maybe 6"-8" of snow between last Friday and today (Sunday), with rising temperatures maybe giving us some rain to make a mess of it all. I believe that we're suppose to get westerly winds (always our favorite here) of 20-30 MPH with gusts to 55. Woo hoo!
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