A Word A Week Photo Challenge: Weather

Sue from A Word in Your Ear’s dictionary landed on WEATHER for this week’s photo challenge.  If you’d like to join her wonderful challenge or to see some of the other entries, you should check out HERE.

Yesterday’s weather was raging for a good part of the day.

I woke up because of the strong winds howling outside and the sudden heavy rain splattering on my window. Of course, I picked up my camera right away and ran to the window and started snapping pictures in my half awake state.

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Then I went downstairs to a clearer shot of outside but all I caught was the huge swaying evergreen in my backyard

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This type of weather just makes me want to crawl back into bed and I did just that for a bit longer at least.

When I woke up, there was a snow squall warning in effect scheduled for the evening but ended up hitting a bit earlier.  It hit the first time when I was driving home from my piano lessons. Which I didn’t catch any pictures of but the second time, I was getting ready to eat.

These things are just scary.  It turns all dark and gloomy suddenly and BAM! Snow drifting everywhere, winds are at a crazy speed and if you were outside, you would barely be able to see an inch before you.

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Like most crazy weather, it only lasted for a few minutes (maybe 5) and then died down.

The temperature did keep dropping all night and now we’re heading into a week that forecasted to be in the -20C to -30C.

Time to bundle up!

15 thoughts on “A Word A Week Photo Challenge: Weather

    • You mean snowsquall? Then you’re lucky. haha! It usually happens when the weather changes too quickly. It has this weird “calm before the storm” then BAM! it hits really hard. I drove in this a few years back on my way to Toronto…was super intense.

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