If we weren't so likely to end up in a deficit for moisture this year, I'd try to make a deal with you to carry off some of what we've got. Snow-packed driveways, streets and sidewalks. If any ground/asphalt/concrete shows up, it's covered with ice at least 75% of the day. You know, it's a little amazing when you report such warm conditions north of this border, Pow Wow.
Right now, we must be coming out of an air stagnation advisory. Air quality is right in the middle of Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups. The Weather Service says that we have to get into Monday before there's another chance of a snow storm but this thick air seems to be moving off, right now! The dull sameness, that seemed endless, may actually end. Hours and hours of freezing fog ... couple days ago it was 30°f at dawn and 33° for a high ...
Strange to be hoping for more snow - berms are still above my 3' fence along the driveway where they've been for weeks. Nothing "alpine" with the feel of things around here. It's been more like living under the lid of my Kenmore freezer!
I went out to try to remove some of the ice from the parking area in front of the house. It didn't move too well but will serve for an activity instead of my nearly meaningless indoor exercise program during this time of the year and proper advantage being taken for this 32°f afternoon. Koff!