Usually down here on Delmarva snow is soft, light, and disappears quickly -- especially if it comes from the west. We get our big snows from the south, and usually at the END of February, don't ya know?
But this one blew across from West Virginia and dumped 9 inches on us, and with temps in the teens it will be with us awhile. That's the second major winter storm this year, something of a shock to the systems of those of us who live below the Mason-Dixon line.
We're all safe, though Dave and Shelley sure had an "interesting" day yesterday -- as in the ancient Chinese curse, "May you live in Interesting Times." What a way to celebrate Shelley's birthday!