Sunday, February 15, 2015

Winter Storm Neptune Blowing Through Cape Cod

 Heavy wet snow blanketed the Cape last night, making roads pretty slippery as we made our way home from a Valentine Day dinner and movie. Apparently it took a break in the middle of the night, and at about 7 a.m. this morning, the heavy snow was falling again - I took the above two photos then, showing how thick it was on the branches.

The roaring winds began mid morning, and are still raging as I type at lunchtime. You can see in the most recent photo that the clouds have thinned and the sun is trying to shine through - reminds me of being at the top of Killington on a blowy but good conditions kind of ski day.
Last night you could hear the surf pounding from our house, through the quiet blanket of falling snow. Right now, the wind is so loud you can't even hear a snowplow coming, you can only see the blinking lights. Not that I've seen a plow in a while.

Hope wherever you are, you're staying warm and enjoying a lazy Sunday.

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