Blizzard Conditions

The storm started out as rain and then switched to blowing snow. Roads are snow packed and limited visibility due to blowing snow. Interstate 70 is closed from Salina west to the Colorado border.

The best way to watch the storm is from inside.

Of course Wylie and I can’t stay in too long.

Out of the wind it was rather pretty.

So looking forward to spring!!!

4 thoughts on “Blizzard Conditions

    1. Debra Farmer Post author

      It is really pretty, if you’re out of the bitter wind. We have 1 more time to go outside tonight. I always tell him to “find some grass” he won’t be able to find any, we might be out awhile!
      Our rural electric has had some power outages tonight. Hope that doesn’t happen but if it does we’ll stay warm. We have a whole house generator.

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    1. Debra Farmer Post author

      Good morning! Are you an early riser like me? I love mornings, will be so wonderful to have warmer mornings. I didn’t even make it down the lane today to get the paper today.
      It has been wonderful seeing all the geese and eagles that this cold weather has brought us.
      Have a wonderful day.
      Thank you for following my blog.

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