There were four Nor’easters in the Doylestown area during March. Up to that point, our winter was calm. March came in like a lion. On March 2nd the area had a storm that surprised the forecasters. It was supposed to be rain and instead was snow and ice. There were lots of power outages and many were out for days/week.
On March 7th we had another snow storm, which caused power outages again. March snow is heavy and doesn’t stay around for a long time, which is good. That was an interesting storm because I was interviewed by the Philly CBS station. They came back and interviewed me for 3 Cheers segment. I went for a walk with my neighbors and was able to capture some fun snow pictures.
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The 4th Nor’easter was on March 21st, which is the first full day of spring. We are definitely done with winter weather. This time I went to where the children sled and took some photos by the Michener Museum. Love the outdoor statues in the snow. It really is beautiful, but I am ready for flowers and spring! As I write this on April 1st, the weather report calls for 2-4 inches of snow tonight and it’s not an April Fool’s joke.