Sometimes pictures say it all.
A dusting of snow in my backyard on March 21 during a first full day of spring snow squall.
A dusting of snow on my camilla, my experiment to try to grow this most beautiful of southern flowering plants well outside its normal zones, in my zone 5b back yard. At least the blooms have not started to open yet. This most hardy of camillas, my treasured April Rose, has not been fooled by the mild weather of earlier this month. Good thing.
Snow on March 21 isn't normally news in upstate New York. But this year, it is.
The winter of 2015-16 is probably going to be our least snowiest year ever, according to the weather records.
Has your weather been strange, too?