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Thursday, November 18, 2010

We Got Frosted

Wednesday, we received about .34" of rain and had a brief snow shower with the biggest snow flakes I've ever seen.  They were huge.  It looked like it was snowing feathers.  I was at work at the time so I don't have any photos of the huge snowflakes. 

A little bit of moisture and 27 degrees this morning gave us frost.






9 comments:

  1. Lovely lovely frost (from the warmth of my home:). Cute on the initials. You guys must be quite a bit colder than us-no frost here lately. 1.3 inches of rain and the gardens love it. Have a great day!

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  2. Had our first frost last week. I walked to work that morning, everything was so pretty and frosty!

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  3. Guess that means it's really here!! We hit 24 last night!! THink that probably did it in for everything:-) It's beginning to FEEL a lot like Christmas!!

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  4. Those leaves in the 4th picture look good enough to eat! They remind me of sour candies.

    No frost here yet, though it was close this morning.

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  5. ~tina
    I couldn't resist writing in the frost on the grill.

    ~Bonnie
    A frosty morning can be very uplifting!

    ~Melanie
    My green sweet potato vines finally gave it up with the frost. And, one container of impatiens that were more exposed.

    ~Cherry Lane
    Well, they're strawberry leaves so that makes sense!

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  6. I need to see snow photos as that's the only snow we receive...I love how frost loves the camera.

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  7. ~Darla
    I promise to take snow photos this winter.

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  8. Your plants all look so pretty iced with frost. We've had frost, but no snow so far. I'd be thrilled to get some rain, though!

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