It is official. Sunday we set a new mark for record snow fall on a March day. The old mark was 12.1in./30.7cm. The new mark is 12.4in./31.5cm. I don't think we got quite that much where I live, and I'm sure some folk got more, especially those who experienced thunder-snow.
It was a short work day for me. Today Passover begins at sundown and Heather and I have cooking to do.
It has been above freezing all day and will be even warmer tomorrow. Will I ride tomorrow? We'll see. If not, I suspect I will be back on the road by Wednesday.
- 30F/-1C and light snow for the drive into work.
- 35F/2C and snow flurries for the drive home.