The clouds were absolutely racing across the sky today, bringing scattered rain, but more important bringing warm temperatures - over 10°C a good part of the day. The snow has just evaporated! The yard below had over 2 feet of snow on Friday morning!
I sat in my favourite chair by the window and took this series of pictures over just about 10 minutes. The sky was constantly changing as the winds blew the clouds out of the southwest.
You have to picture the clouds racing across, and the wind howling in the trees. No damage here, but it certainly was a windy day.
There were even little patches of blue among the clouds occasionally.
Notice I didn't say that the snow 'melted', which in my mind implies a change from a solid to a liquid. No, virtually all the snow just evaporated, drawn away into thin air by the warm temperatures, and helped by the constant wind.
I don't ever recall a week of such weather changes, from normal November, to deep snow, and back to well above freezing and almost no snow left at all. Strange weather patterns.
A great visit from my sister today, 'cause she stopped in at a bakery on the way and came laden with gifts of cookies, squares, and pie. I'm all set for a month or more!