NEARLY WORDLESS SPECIAL
When Pesach comes in mid-April, we really don't expect this.
Not even at our elevation.
Dawn, April 9, 2009--15 Nisan 5769: The first day of Pesach
We had a light dusting of snow overnight. The day was cool and windy.
Shabbat morning, April 11, 2009--17 Nisan:
Rain in the night, followed by sleet and freezing rain.
Shabbat afternoon, April 11, 2009:
Very wet snow and freezing rain alternated all afternoon. We were feeling sorry for our Christian neighbors as the Saturday afternoon Easter Egg hunt in the park was called off.
Sunday, late morning:
A few inches of snow on the ground, the temperature is hovering right at the freezing point here, with a cold wind blowing.
I hear it snowed in town.
Happy White Pesach to those celebrating the Festival of Unleavened Bread, as we are!
Happy White Easter to our Christian neighbors.
Spring is just around the corner. Really.