It hit 60F here yesterday. May get kinda close to that today. Will start to cool back down on Tuesday. So far we've had a pretty mild winter (knocking on wood as I type lol) and hopefully it'll stay that way.
We also have had a mild winter with temps above normal. Most rural people complaining it's to warm at 25F.LOL Cold makes everything fairly stable which makes feeding cattle much easier as they remain healthier.
Pictures 1 and 2: Prince Edward Island
Pictures 3 and 4: Hopewell Rocks , New Brunswick (Bay of Fundy: Home of the highest tides in the world)
Picture 5: Nova Scotia
Picture 6: St. John's, Newfoundland
Quite a shack. Looks like they could have a bait pile any direction from the roof thingy. I was just informed I'm driving to Revelstoke in a couple weeks so I'm hoping for a few color shot's that ain't tooooooooooooooooooooo blurry.
Started here very early this morning and it's still coming down. Stores were a freak show yesterday and this morning, all schools and a lot of businesses closed, roads a mess. Can't wait until this crap is done and spring hits.
Nah , that green thats new growth, go figure, weird and warmer winter here,
Big leaf drop from the oaks around my place will be next few weeks.
It was a roasting 88 today.
Gonna be a long arse summer coming up I think.