It started raining about mid morning and it rained off and on all day. The temperature fell throughout the day from the 50's down to 42 degrees. To say that the weather has been uncharacteristic and odd lately would be an understatement. I have had trouble finding anything to like about it.
As I understand it a lot of areas in the south had a decent amount of freezing precipitation yesterday. It was hovering a few degrees above freezing with precipitation moving in which can always be cause for disaster. We ended up with rain. However the weather forecasters were going nuts predicting our impending demise. Yesterday at about 10:30am one of the people who helps us on the farm received an automated phone call from the school system on her phone. They were calling all of the parents to let them know that the schools would be closing at noon. Keep in mind nothing had actually happened at this point, it wasn't even raining. But just in case they closed the schools anyway. Of course the schools have only been open for a few short hours this week! The rain didn't move in until about 3pm but the kids were already home.
I want to be a school kid in the south again, they close the schools on the mere possibility of winter precipitation. Ahhh, the good old days. I remember celebrating any time the mention of snow was put in our forecast. Whether it actually snowed or not the odds were good that we would be getting a day off from school. Then I would get my mom to drop me off at the barn so I could spend an extra day with my pony!
I've posted the rest of my snow pictures below. Only 9 more days until Christmas and I am NOT dreaming of a White Christmas!
Bush loves his Dover turnout blanket
Cuffie, MyLight, Missy and Harmony