Saturday, December 19, 2009

We're in the middle of what promises to be the biggest snow storm Maryland has seen in years. It will most likely set the December record for snowfall. We're scheduled to get something between 16 and 24 inches of snow, depending on how long the nor'easter hangs off the coast. Since it's a nor-easter, that means when the blizzard hits, an hour or two from now, the snow will be blowing east to west, a foreign notion for a Kansas boy like me.

The picture above was taken about 10:45 am. I'd estimate 10-12 inches of snow on the ground.