Unlike most of the rest of England we haven't had snowstorms overnight, the worst for 18 years in some places. However at 7.30 this morning the weather decided it was time for us to join in. As you can see Jess wasn't that impressed, nor was our neighbour who's just started on her walk into work. I suspect if we had groundhogs around here, they'd be staying firmly underground, so we wouldn't be predicting an early spring. I wonder whether that's the case over the pond - happy Groundhog Day everyone!
NAH decided that no matter what, he's still going on his regular volunteer day at Midsomer Norton, 25 miles away. He's helping to rebuild a steam engine and missed out yesterday as he was competing at a swimming event. He's promised not to try getting there via the 1 in 4 incline at Wellow though and has also packed a flask of coffee plus the snow spade - we may have moved down from the north east 25 years ago, but we're still geared up for northern winters. More snowy pictures can be found here and here are some snowy flowers 2 days later.
What's the weather like down your way today?