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Our weather finally warmed, just enough that snow flurries turned to rain. The rainy day reactions from The Herd sums up their feelings.
Light snow flurries have fallen almost every day for the last week or two, but never strong enough to accumulate. That left us with bitterly cold temperatures and blustery winds, hardly fun even for dogs acclimated to winter. We finally saw a break in those temperatures just as some moisture hit us, causing a brief but strong snow shower around mid-day on Monday.
Just as we were beginning to see some accumulation, the snow switched over to a drizzly, cold rain. Our temperatures may have finally risen above freezing, but just barely and accompanied by wet. The dogs were unimpressed.
At one point during the day, Hu-Dad wandered back into his study (probably after adding another log to the fire for Cheesewhiz) and was greeted by this collective look of boredom.
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