We did not get the big snow storm that was predicted for the Midwest. Instead we woke up to ice on the trees and plants and car and driveway and on and on. It's been windy but not dangerously so. Now, at 4:30 p.m. the temperature is 27 degrees F. (-2.77 C.) and it is snowing harder than we'd prefer.
This is that moment of March madness when the weather can wreak havoc in an afternoon. It is especially worrying since everything seemed to have made it through the winter. Despite what the calendar says, winter is not over until it's over. A lesson that we are all too familiar with in Wisconsin.