On Sunday morning we woke to a pretty snowfall covering everything and the sun was shining.
Looking through the windshield that was covered with ice and snow. We were on our way to church. My Piano Man didn't clean the window off very well did he, but he had the heat and defroster cranked on high. I took these photos with my iPhone.
We leave at 8:30 as we are both involved with music on Sunday's and need to be there to practice. That means we are sometimes on the road before the plows are and it can be a tricky, slippery drive after a snowfall. It can also be a very pretty drive.
There are lots of pictures so get a cup of something hot and enjoy the drive.
The plow had gone up the road but not down the side we had to travel on. The wind was blowing the snow across the road too.
I like how it looks like there's a big hill behind the trees.
I debated showing this one. My side window had ice and water drops on it. I was taking pictures in a clear spot but we hit a bump in the road and the phone jerked. It's kind of pretty how the sun was shining through the ice drops and made these cool circles.
Along the frozen river.
On the way back home. The towers are coated in frozen snow on one side from the wind blowing it.
The road doesn't look much better does it? It was still very slippery. They stayed slippery until Monday afternoon. Schools were closed in our district. It snowed a few centimetres on Monday morning and the temperature rose from -16 C to +5C by 3:00. Then it rained.
It rained hard and the wind blew for a couple of hours. By 6:00 it was cooling down and we had a flash freeze turning everything to ice. What wacky weather we've been having this month!
It has been quite a severe winter all across the continent hasn't it?
I know most of you have been experiencing snow and cold too.
Hang in there. This should break soon. Right?
I'm going to think positive and hope for nicer weather soon.
I wish my blog friends in the southeastern US a safe day as they are dealing with snow, ice and cold.
Thanks so much for visiting and for your kind comments.
Have a great day!