Ah, Seattle. We are not set up for snow. Too many hills and too few snow plows for the entire region. As a result, the THREAT of snow mid-afternoon on Wednesday actually closed schools all over the area. Insane really. Their excuse was that they didn't want kids and parents out in the snow when they let out of school! Back in my day that would have never happened. As it, the snow didn't start falling here until 3:45, well after school is out.
The funny thing is that we had this bubble around the greater Seattle area, or a shadow effect from the mountains around us. The bubble kept the snow away all day long. Instead, north of Everett (15 minutes north of my house) was getting dumped on all day, and south of Tacoma (about an hour south of us) was also getting tons of snow. Of course it messed up the commute, but I got home before the worse of it fell.
So, thus far, we've got about 3 inches, and it's still falling. I'm working from home. I have to get things ready for the deal I've worked for three months on to close tomorrow. Bad timing.
Anyway, I don't know if we'll get out today, the kids want to. But I did snap this picture of my blueberry beds since EG got on my case about not including pictures in all my blog entries. Hehe, I'll be good for the next few weeks, but unless you want pictures of darkness, you ain't getting any during the week.
Stay warm and enjoy your garden!