Snow in late May?

Snow in late May?

Come on now, really? Nothing says winter blues more than icy precipitation when you least expect it. This past Friday I woke to see a mix of half snow/half rain falling horizontally at a fierce rate. Fortunately it wasn’t cold enough to stick around (who the hell wants to shovel a driveway in May?) but further up the mountain, reports of nearly a foot of snow made gossip headlines in the chestnut forest. This hasn’t happened in years! On Saturday we drove up to witness the snow for ourselves and the dogs were thrilled beyond barks. Merry Christmas everybody! Summer is supposedly just around the corner.

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8 thoughts on “Snow in late May?

    1. Rowena Post author

      We are all fed up with spring but it looks like we may need to wait a little bit more until true summer weather arrives. It’s still too chilly to sit out at night!

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    1. Rowena

      We all need a healthy dose of sunshine after having gone through an extended winter and ugly spring. I’m just tired of wearing socks!

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  1. Jennyff

    Its madness. I saw a stage of the Giro had to be cancelled because of bad weather and a stage where the riders finished covered in snow. Please make it go away soon, we are driving out to Italy in a couple of weeks.

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    1. Rowena Post author

      We saw that on the news and were absolutely shocked at the amount that was falling. Really, I need it to go away because even online retail therapy does not work for me anymore.

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