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post #1 of 17
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Thought you guys might like to see a couple of pictures I took today while I was out for a walk. These were taken at the edge of the fitness trail that starts just down at the end of my street. I was all in all not a bad day out. A little snowy but not overly cold so thought I would take a little walk to burn off all the cookie dough I ate yesterday when I was making Christmas cookies.
Hope you enjoy them...




post #2 of 17
How pretty!! We are supposed to get some flurries tonite/tomorrow and a small chance on Tuesday. But the snow belt of northern WI will get the most of it (like what you have in your pictures).

Now will this snow stay or melt??
post #3 of 17
That's really pretty!
post #4 of 17
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Originally Posted by GailC View Post
How pretty!! We are supposed to get some flurries tonite/tomorrow and a small chance on Tuesday. But the snow belt of northern WI will get the most of it (like what you have in your pictures).

Now will this snow stay or melt??
I might it is a little early for it to stay yet, generally we get our snow that stay around the 1st of December. However, last year we did get snow that stayed around this early. It really depends on how much we get over the next couple of days, and whether it stays below freezing for a few days.
post #5 of 17
I love to look at the pictures and am truly grateful that it's somewhere I am not.

Thanks for sharing. They're beautiful.
post #6 of 17
Oh I wish I was there. There is something so magical and majestic about snow, as long as I am looking at it and not driving in it. Beautiful!
post #7 of 17
How wonderful! I'm not normally a jealous person, but I wish that snow was here! Thank you for sharing those beautiful pictures.
post #8 of 17
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I love to look at the pictures and am truly grateful that it's somewhere I am not.

Thanks for sharing. They're beautiful.
Snow always looks best in pictures and not where I have to shovel it.
post #9 of 17
Sorry. There is no such thing as "not too snowy."

You guys need to mow that white Canadian grass.
post #10 of 17
That is beautiful!!!! I am not a snow person, but wow....very pretty!
post #11 of 17
So pretty! Can you please send some rain/snow to No. and So. CA?

My favorite weather forecast was when I was back at Cornell before the winter term began. The weather forecast was for flurries. It flurried for 8 inches that day. Same forecast, same 8 inches for 3 days. I don't know about you, but after 3 days of flurries of 8 inches I would say that we had 2 feet of snow.
post #12 of 17
Wasn't that a crazy night, last night? While you guys got all the snow, we had huge pelting rain down here which turned to really slushy snow by early morning.

But, it was great timing for the Santa Clause parade today. They couldn't time the weather more perfectly!

I'm still in denial that winter is coming. I guess that will change really fast since the extended forecast this week shows snow almost every day.
post #13 of 17
Beautiful pics, I love when it first snows, and I love to take walks in it, it's so peaceful
post #14 of 17
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Glad everyone is enjoying the pictures. It is still snowing quite hard out this evening so will have a lot more to add to what we already have by morning.....Looks like I shoveling again in the morning..
post #15 of 17
Beautiful photos...I can almost smell the snow!
post #16 of 17
When I left for work this morning I had to brush about 3 inches of snow off my car. When I got near work I noticed there wasn't a bit of snow on the ground. A few kilometres can make a huge difference in this country.
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When I left for work this morning I had to brush about 3 inches of snow off my car. When I got near work I noticed there wasn't a bit of snow on the ground. A few kilometres can make a huge difference in this country.
Oh, I know what you mean! We have a winter storm advisory right now. Where I live we're expecting 2-3 inches but where I work (on top of a mountain) they are calling for a foot! I'm NOT ready for winter.

Great pics though!
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