Pretty good sunset over Lake Monona this evening. Although, when the sun goes down at 4:27pm, it seems more appropriate to call it an afternoon sunset.
A quintessential November scene. Bare trees, grey skies, and the sun hanging low. In related news, I’m currently fighting back my inner-animal’s hibernating instinct.
Just a day after the snow melted away this weekend, we got another 3 inches on Monday. I wonder what this unusually snowy (and cold!) autumn says about our winter-to-come?
Yesterday’s sunshine cleaned up the snow that was on the ground, revealing an early November ground cover that’s a little more common.
This past week or so, we’ve had 25 degree below normal temperatures and three days of snow accumulation (totaling over 12 inches). This morning’s temp was 9(f)! Too soon Winter, too soon.
Madison woke up to 3 inches of fresh snow this morning. A bit early in the season for my taste, but it did look pretty. The above scene was the view from inside my library.
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Want to help your local monarch butterfly population? Now is the time to collect milkweed seeds to plant.