I'm sure I'm the first human to say that in all of history.
Tuesday it snowed consistently from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm and only managed to leave a couple of inches on the grass. The roads were wet but clear all day. What a waste.
Wednesday it started snowing at about 10:00 am and snowed pretty heavily until about 4:00 pm when it switched to sleet. We got about 4-5 inches of snow (even on the roads). Now it's been sleeting for several hours and there is talk of freezing rain tonight before getting more sleet, snow, and possibly more freezing rain before this all clears out of here by tomorrow afternoon --after it changes to just rain.
I am not from here and have done my share of driving in snow. Snow does not bother me too much. It's all this sleet and freezing rain that makes me crazy. Why can't we ever seem to have just a snowfall without messing it up with ice. I miss the days of just snow.
We were in PA during the holidays and while we were there it snowed. The temperature was down to 12 degrees during the snowstorm and dipped to -4 the next night, but the snow stayed snow. No ice, no sleet --snow. As a matter of fact the weather was so cold and the snow was so dry that you couldn't make a snowball. It just wouldn't stick together and that would have been a whole different frustration when I was a kid. It squeaked when you walked on it, but it was snow.
By Friday this white stuff will be a dimming memory and the yard will be back to it's winter browns. The daffodils are starting to poke up their heads and Spring is just around the corner.
In the meantime what do I do with all this bread and milk?