Like Night and Day

Admittedly not my best photography – these are cellphone photos (I sent my camera with Daughter Trinidad to Hawaii – she’s currently on a trip there with her high school marching band) – but I thought I would share the difference here between yesterday afternoon and pre-dawn today.

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This morning – by daybreak there was 4 inches of snow on the ground

Poor Trin – she’s been wishing for snow for weeks!

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Change is in the Air

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Tonight – central  Oklahoma, where I live, is under a winter storm warning. For days we have been urged to prepare for ice followed by snow and to expect to be stuck for 2-3 days.

To dramatize:
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You can see that lower level winds were northerly while upper level winds were westerly – and whatever direction the winds were blowing they reminded me of those famous lyrics “O!!!klahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the plains! “

Cold as Ice

It’s not officially winter yet, but winter obviously pays no mind to the calendar. It’s supposed to warm up enough today to melt the ice – but the weather report says to expect 2-3 inches of snow tomorrow.  Awesome!
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Lost in the Details

For the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge

Waiting again one day for Trin to finish band practice after school, I noticed how beautifully the clouds were reflected in the car parked next to mine. And on another day, I noticed how beautiful the trees were as reflected from the icy roof of my husband’s car

Red and White

Inspired by Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: The Colors of Red and White

Waiting for the school buses on a snowy morning in rural central Oklahoma: