Thursday, February 15, 2007

Digging Out

The Valentine's Day storm turned out very much as forecasted. 5 inches of snow on Tuesday, about 3 or 4 inches of sleet overnight Tuesday, and 4 inches of snow again on Wednesday. Below are some pictures taken from a picturesque Garrett County early this am. Next chance for accumulating snow looks to be this weekend as an Alberta Clipper moves through the region.


2 comments:

john said...

Whats your snowpack now?
Its amazing how fast you;ve made up for what you lacked a month ago.

Gary said...

Hi John, I'd say the snowpack on average is about a foot and a half, with the blowing and drifting that goes on it's difficult to tell...drifts up to 2-3 ft. Sure is, I can't ever remember a winter with such a stark contrast from extremely mild to extremely cold.