A Little Snow

This afternoon and evening we have had a little snow in Toronto. However, the forecast calls for 2-4 inches before Monday morning.

Robin in Snow, April Snow, Spring Snow, Canada, TorontoIn the afternoon there were just a few flurries, but I did catch a picture of the snow against a fence across the road. In the grass was one sign of spring. I am sure that the little Robin was not enjoying the cold and snow.

Snow Flurries, Robin, Signs of Spring, Canadian SpringHere is a closer look at the robin. Hopefully it has a nice warm place to sleep tonight as the temps are dropping.

Snow, Early accumulation of Snow, Toronto, Spring SnowLater in the evening you could see that the streets were wet and snow was slowly accumulating on cool places like the top of the fence.

Snow, Snow Flurries, beginning of snow storm, TorontoEven later the street started to get a little bit of snow sticking. I am curious to see what it will look like in the morning.

Snow on Car, Snow FlurriesNot much to scrape off the car yet, but maybe more by morning. It looks like the snow may be later in the day tomorrow, so it may not have much more.

It has been a while since I have seen a good snow, so it is bring back some good memories of growing up in Iowa. See: Snow Memories

Hopefully it won’t accumulate too much as I don’t want to have my flight delayed on the way home. I have a lot to do next week before my next wandering.


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2 Responses to A Little Snow

  1. mukul chand says:

    great post. we could do with some snow, it is nearly 40 C in Delhi.

  2. You will likely enjoy my post tomorrow! How could anyone forget the Iowa Winters?

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