Thursday, March 22, 2018

March - In Like A Lion

Unless you live on Mars, 
you know the Jersey Shore had a Nor'easter yesterday.
All the hype was there, days leading up to it, the forecast kept changing.
First we were predicted to get 1 - 3 inches, and it grew from there.
By yesterday, we were in the 12 - 18 inches bracket,
or one case of wine, however you view it!
At 5:30 last night we had less than 1 inch on the ground...
that's a big yawn.
But at 5:30 everything changed and within a few hours, 6 inches had fallen.
And this morning I woke to this...














I woke up early, I was so excited...I think we got about 18 inches.
Let's hope March exits like a lamb! 

20 comments:

  1. We’re getting it today, Debbie. You made the most of it! Fabulous photos!

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  2. Hello Debbie, we had a little less than you did. 18 inches is too much. I hope this is the end of the snow. Your views are beautiful. Pretty captures of your snow filled yard. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  3. WOW! Isn't it beautiful? I hope the heavy snow doesn't break any bush or tree branches.
    I lost 2 large Lilac bush branches when we had our big snow a couple of weeks ago.

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  4. These pictures are gorgeous.I know that snow may not be what anyone wants at this time of year, but you may as well enjoy the beauty.

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  5. Mars, or another country. The entire rest of the world doesn’t get news about US weather.

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  6. It is gorgeous, especially the morning shots. Hard to believe it is almost April!

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  7. Oh but these are gorgeous sights! I love the bluish light in your first set of photos & the views over the water are fabulous!
    Poor trees look ready to faint under the weight of all that snow!

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  8. Wow! How gorgeous! Probably not convenient, but certainly beautiful!

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  9. I must live on Mars. =) Wow oh Wow!! Amazing photos, Debbie. Your wintry wonderland looks positively gorgeous. What a delight to scroll through each sublime photo and drink in the mastery of your photography. A couple of days ago sunny blue skies and blue ocean and then your landscape blanketed in snow.....amazing!!

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  10. I'm not a snow lover and thankfully in my part of the UK we don't usually get too much ...
    However, it does look so beautiful - especially in your series of photographs.

    Keep warm

    All the best Jan

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  11. Yes, let March exit like a lamb. Your photos are like a winter wonderland for sure. They are all beautiful. We are in a raining season. We get predictions for snow and then really get what they say. We really need the moisture. We have had a great rainstorm today.
    Blessings and hugs!

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  12. So lovely with all that snow! Enjoy.

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  13. As if it were winter, not spring. But a beautiful :)

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  14. Thank you for sharing all that beauty.

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  15. Simply beautiful, at least to us who live far far away from you, Debbie. Thank you for sharing your world with us; it is always a pleasure to see you, and what you've been up to. :)

    xoxo

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  16. Your pictures do make it seem beautiful Debbie. But gosh it is almost April.

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  17. I hope so too, Debbie.
    Here in NY, we are used to tough winters, but you know, I don't ever remember a March that was this cold, and cloudy, and looooooooooooong. We still have a lot of snow on the ground, but it is melting slowly.
    I like your snow better than I like my snow. So new and clean, and ours is all muddy now.
    Your photographs are just beautiful!
    xo.

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  18. Wow!! Our forecast kept changing also, but it seems we completely dodged the storm. I wasn't too disappointed, though. The current forecast has March exiting like a lamb - let's hope!

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