This past Sunday, December 9, saw the season's first winter storm dump around 11 inches of snow on the metro area of the Twin Cities. I guess such storms are given names now, as the Weather Channel referred to it as Winter Storm Caesar!
According to meteorologist Mike Griesinger of the National Weather Service, the weekend total was more than double last year's largest snowfall of 4.4 inches on December 3, and a third more than last season's snowiest month when 7.3 inches fell in December.
Driving has been somewhat of a pain since the weekend, but there's no denying that when the snow was first falling on Sunday, it created a very beautiful 'winter wonderland'! And I have the photos to prove it. Enjoy!
Above: The view from inside, with my Christmas tree in the foreground.
Above: The beautiful sight I woke up to on the morning of December 9, as this is the view from my upstairs bedroom window. For another photograph of this view, click here.
See also the previous Wild Reed posts:
Photo of the Day – December 9, 2012
Photo of the Day – November 12, 2012
Just in Time for Winter
A Snowy December – with an Aussie Connection