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Snow cover finally disappears!

Environment Canada says as of today, 18 April, 0 cm of snow is lying on the ground at the Greater Moncton Airport.

Since snow began falling and covering the ground in mid-December, that means Southeast New Brunswick has had a consistent snow cover for about four months! 41 more words

Environment Canada

Hints of Blue

The temperature is just above freezing this morning.  The snow we received yesterday is turning into slush.

A group of chickadees visited the bird feeders while I had my breakfast.  24 more words


Southern N.B. inundated by floodwaters

A combination of heavy rain and melting snow forced many rivers and creeks to spill their banks across Southern New Brunswick today and the run-off often couldn’t be absorbed by the still partially frozen ground. 115 more words

Greater Moncton

Weekend Favorites

Loving the patches of grass that keep growing bigger around here! The forecast may be discouraging, but we’ve got puddles and mud, and it’s only a matter of time!;)


Fence and Vines

Sunny days this week makes me think that winter is over.

I took this photo yesterday.  Another fence, some vines, and melting snow.



was thinking about going to events such as funerals… a friend had just been to the first one since her mom died… we talked about how often it is about your… 239 more words


All across the town we are counting the potholes in awe and aggravation.  That was some lusty winter.   It might have started in the way of our favorite pass-time and local sport:  proving which ward has more clout and then complaining about it, this is still Chicago.   76 more words