Saturday, November 19, 2016, the Southern Tier of upstate New York.
Witch hazel in bloom in the 67 degree F weather (19.4 degrees Celsius).
The next day.
And then the snow REALLY started to fall. So far, officially, we have over 15 inches.
Not bad for the first snow of the season.
Five cities in upstate New York compete for a "golden snowball" award each year. For once, I don't appreciate us being in first place.
Because, gee, it's still fall. Isn't it?
Day 22 of NaBloPoMo.