Dear readers, winter has returned, again, to upstate New York.
It just won't let go. Never mind perhaps a record warm winter. Winter just won't let go.
We had a dusting of snow last night, with temperatures down into the single digits (F).
This type of light, powdery snow, combined with low temperatures, is something I like to call "Oreo snow". Sometimes, I use my imagination, and think I am inhaling a sweetness that is carried by the cold air.
It even sugar-coats bushes.
But it is no fun to be out in, with the sometimes strong winds of March. Right now, the wind chill is 3 above zero F (-16C).
This is just an appetizer. By midnight Monday night, we are going to get a powerful nor'easter, and the ones that come in mid-March are sometimes the deadliest. Even the southern United States may get snow.
An interesting week ahead.
Call it Jack Frost's revenge.