There has been some controversy as to what kind of winter weather we are looking at this year. Environment Canada says it will be an old fashioned, snowy winter. The Farmers' Almanac predicts warmer and drier.
Yesterday, November 27, we had are second taste of snow for the year already, and it was a real barn burner. Wet, icy, coming down sideways. I walked around the block, and felt needles on my face. Overnight, 1500 PEI customers lost their power, poles snapped under the strain, and we were lucky to just get a few power flickers.
I'm with Evironment Canada on this one.
The birds can't get to their seeds.
I had to go out and chip off the ice.
Looking through the dried stalks of Jerusalem Artichoke to the back of the house.