(Report by Jim) Full day today. Breakfast at 45th Parallel Cafe in Suttons Bay was interrupted by a storm cell that caused quite a bit of noise and a seiche in Fishtown. I was told is was not only red, it was redder than red (vermillion?) Anyway, I left the windows open in my car and got soaked getting them… Read more »
h Woke up this morning to power outages and school closings due to overnight icy conditions. Leelanau County was spared the outages. Thursday and Friday, temperature to return to upper 30’s and 40’s. .
Today we have snow, or possibly rain washing away snow. It’s a study of “hard water” meets the liquid form. Over the weekend, one of our neighbors commented on a preference for temps in the teens and twenties throughout the winter. We smiled in agreement. .
A beautiful day for Monday: blue skies have returned!
The calm that follows a severe storm is a welcome thing – the hush that accompanies the startled look around. Much work lies ahead in cleaning up around the area. Thanks to everyone who responded in any way possible – re-routing traffic, cutting up trees, protecting downed power lines, and helping those that were stranded.
There is something awesome about watching the sunlight emerge, casting first the hues of pinks and oranges, then onto the blues of another beautiful “up north” day!