Ed's Chesprocott Region Blog: March 2018

Hopefully the Last Snow Fall for the Winter of 2018 in Prospect CT

A Nor'Easter'  visits the North East and dumps a Bunch of Snow

It has been a bit mild for our Prospect CT winter and for those of us that look to something other than a rodent for indications of an early spring. The wait for warmer weather just got a little longer.

The groundhog predicted another 6 weeks of winter back in early February, and for a while it seemed he was wrong as the daffodils were starting to peek out from under their winter cover; a little yard clean-up was started and I even had a chance to play a little spring golf as a few of the courses opened up.

Then our reality of life in New England hit.  Storm Elsa visited with strong winds and snow accumulations that went as deep as 18" in Connecticut. In our town of Prospect CT the snow fall hit a foot and it was very heavy, so trees and shrubs are struggling with the weight.

 

In a couple of trees in our yard, the weight battle was lost. When the snow melts, it will be chain saw before rakes.

The view this morning in Prospect CT is far removed from the view we had just a short two weeks ago.

 

Hopefully the Last Snow Fall for the Winter of 2018 in Prospect CT

 

 

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Comment balloon 14 commentsEd Silva • March 08 2018 02:09PM
Hopefully the Last Snow Fall for the Winter of 2018 in Prospect CT
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A Nor'Easter' visits the North East and dumps a Bunch of Snow It has been a bit mild for our Prospect CT winter and for those of us that look to something other than a rodent for indications of an early spring. The wait for warmer weather just got… more