Cape Cod Snow Storm January 2012

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Well, we have been spared until now. Today we showed a few homes but the conditions were less than ideal. The picture below is of the Bourne Bridge headed south over to Cape Cod.  I was on the way back to Falmouth from Sagamore Beach. This picture was taken at around 12:30 and the weather has continued to go down hill from that point.

Many drivers were going very slow, because the sand trucks and plows hadn't treated very many of the road ways.  no, from my Main Street Office in Falmouth, the plows are occasionally going by, but it seems like they are waiting until the snow actually stops, which will be later this evening.

I guess we have to have snow, and we have had some amazingly warm days for January. Tonight there will be some soup, some hot chocolate, some election results, and maybe a movie.  I am, however, looking forward to more amazingly warm winter days that will melt this white blanket and let us warm up again.

Bourne Bridge Cape Cod Snow Storm 2012


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Joe Petrowsky
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That picture is sure worth a thousand words. There was 5 inches at my Connecticut home today, but we both know, there will be more to come. I just love the 4 seasons in NE.

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