With two large storm fronts moving through the area last week, things were a bit hectic around here. Between the two storms Big Water, Utah received 8.5 inches of snow. Keeping in mind our average rainfall here is around ten inches, this was a big deal. Usually it snows around Lake Powell four or five times a year, but the snow is usually melted by noon. Not this time. At almost a week later, we still have a couple of inches on the ground in the places not in direct sunlight.
Enjoy the photos!
Path to Big Water School nice and snow packed!
Snow on the fruit trees and two large Sage bushes covered.
North to the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument