Monday, April 4, 2016

Winter And Spring Blatantly Battle It Out On New England Lawn

Two seasons in one in a Massachusetts yard Sunday. Via
Twitter, @CoreyPez  
Pretty interesting photo from southern New England yesterday in this post.

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As we've mentioned, some bursts of heavy snow blustered through southern New England Sunday morning.

Then the sun came out, but of course it stayed pretty cold amid a strong Arctic outbreak affecting the region,

However, the April sun is strong, and melted the snow where the rays hit. In somewhat shadier areas, the snow stuck for a little while longer.

The result was the two seasons in one photo I found from Cory Pesaturo,  @CoreyPez via Twitter.

As far as I can tell, the photo is un-retouched. On the left side, it's spring, with green grass, budding trees and what appears to be a freshly mulched flower bed.

On the shadier right side of the photo, it was deep in winter.

The photo is proof that April can truly have a split personality.

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