…be the last?
It’s early, even here in southern Pennsylvania, for the last snow to be on the fourth of March. However, the next week looks spring-like, and by the time that weather pattern is gone it will be mid-March. And after mid-March snow becomes fairly unlikely here. Cold weather can abound in March, but precipitation—not so much.
So I am enjoying this little bit of snow this morning. It likely won’t last much past lunch time, when the temperature rises above freezing. Despite the 31” blizzard of late January, 2016 brought fewer snow events than is typical. I only recorded 6 days with snow this winter, and half of those were about the depth of this little snow. Last year was exceptionally snowy with 15 snow events against an average of 8. The snowfall in winter 2015-16 stands (so far) as one below average, though that big blizzard sure tried hard to make up for the lack.