This was the view out the front window this morning. Actually not too bad considering the amount of snow that has come out of sky the last twenty-four hours.
It started snowing and blowing yesterday morning and snowed all day. The ground was so warm that the snow kept melting until the sun went down. By the time I went to bed last night I knew I'd be wearing boots to church this morning.
Living in Michigan we are well aware that a late spring snow can happen, although most of us Michiganders would prefer it not happen.
The average last frost date for SW Michigan is the middle of May. That's the average date. Anyone who plants their annuals before Memorial Day takes the chance of losing them all to a frosty night.
These pansies don't care if there's snow.
I planted them last fall and they spent the winter under a pile of snow. Now that it's spring, they're they're not going to be deterred by a little more snow.
In the back yard, the apple trees are ready to bloom on the next warm, sunny day. It obviously won't be this day.