Tuesday, March 04, 2008

What Does A Fifty Inch Snowpack Look Like?

According to
NOAA, the snowpack where I live was 40-50 inches (102-127 cm) on Monday, March 3. It actually doesn't look unusual to me here at the house. But I thought you might like to see what this snow looks like from outside and inside the house. Click the NOAA link to see what your snowpack depth is. All of the photos in the slide show were taken on Sunday and Monday, March 2 and 3.

The photos, for some reason, are too bright in the slide show. To see the original photos, view my gallery Snowpack.

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  1. We got about 3-4 inches of snow last night here in the north Dallas area! Very rare for us. It has since melted away today.

  2. I enjoyed your slide show and gallery of shots. It's so beautiful to me but I'm not trying to shovel or plow through it. I'm sure it's a lot of work. Thanks for showing us what it looks like where you are.

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  4. Right...um, is it like that at Christmas time? Because I'm gonna have to buy a whole new wardrobe of clothes, plus boots, skis, skates, etc if I want to visit you.

    It looks extremely cold but beautiful in its own way.

    And no, I didn't think you'd fallen off the planet...I knew you'd be busy, just as I have been. Doesn't leave much time for blogging, does it?

    Take care, Andree


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