The front yard again; any bright, colorful things you see are either freezing rain caught in the flash… or the reflection of the tree limbs and branches in the distance, which are all nicely coated with ice.

Q

And the ice is the real problem at this point; freezing rain keeps coming down, and it keep flirting with being warm enough to turn into liquid rain. The problem there is that there’s a constant biting wind outside keeping everything, including the precipitation, frozen. There’s also a coating of ice on the power lines outside which is a real cause for concern.

Q

On the freaky side, we may actually have thundersnow tonight. I’m actually looking forward to that. 😆

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