We're still here--and surprisingly--still have power (Monday morning). But from what we can see out the windows, it's just a matter of time.
We slept in the basement last night, even though we still had power. The thought of getting 4 kids up in the middle of the night, and down 2 flights of steps with a flashlight, then settled in to go back to sleep, did not appeal to me.
The snow/ice mix is at least 2 inches thick.
Where-o-where is our speech therapist? I don't think she will make it out today.
Se the sheen on the fence--it has a vertical sheet of ice over it.
This is a dormer window on the front of the house--ice stuck to the glass and screen.
Looking out this window, I can see a thick sheet of ice over the road.
This is the roof to the screened porch. The girl's window is just above it. On the left you can see the gutter; which is packed slam full of ice. The black line on the right is the ridge of the roof.
Since we are supposed to have precipitation all day, and the high is 34, I'm betting their will be power outages later today and tonight.