PG, reading the newspaper: "So what's that noise?"
PG: "It must be the furnace. Is that the furnace?"
DH: "No... don't think so."
PG, going to the window: "It's snow!"
Well, snow pellets to be exact. Just surprised to hear it in the house when there wasn't even any wind blowing it against the windows.
Now it has turned to quiet snow but doesn't seem to be slowing down. I & many others hurriedly left Seattle about 4:30pm due to the snow falling there and the fear of being stuck for hours on the way home like many were in the November storm. I encountered about 3 areas with snow my way home tonight and 3 areas with no moisture at all. A few hours later, and now it is here.So the poor winter pansies and cows are back in the snow again (and you can just see that they did have purple flowers on them even after previous winter weather). Here are the cows & other pictures from Nov. (after a night of snow, not just barely an hour). There were other sound effects with that November snow too (per the Nov 30th post). It must be a NW thing.
8 hours ago