Friday, March 2, 2007

Snow. No, ice. Both?

"From the breath of God ice is made, and the expanse of the waters is frozen." Job 37:10
Yesterday morning, Hubby and I witnessed something falling from the sky. At first, we assumed it was snow. But, after closer inspection, this is what we saw. It was little pellets of ice. Interesting, huh? Even though the sun peeked out for awhile, the temperature never did get high enough to melt it all away. We still have little patches of this in the yard.

Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend. Thanks to all my blogger friends for bearing with me as I continue to increase my business.

8 comments:

photowannabe said...

Very interesting. It almost looks like someone dumped their snowcone..Crazy weather all over.

Kelli said...

How weird the ice is all in a row like that!!! I hope you get some warm weather soon!
Kelli

Naturegirl said...

WOW I am so glad that I am still vacationing in the sunshine state! Come by and see the gators! hugs NG

Petunia's Gardener said...

Glad you captured it. I didn't, so I'm going to send my visitors over here! Glad the business is growing for you.

Petunia's Gardener said...

Glad you captured it. I didn't, so I'm going to send my visitors over here! Glad the business is growing for you.

Allotment Lady said...

Oh it looks like long hailstones!

Libbys Blog said...

Hecky thump! there is some unusual weather around at the moment!!

Clare said...

Hi! We've just enjoyed a rather Spring-like day here; lots of sun and singing birds! All change tomorrow though I hear - torrential rain and gales... typical British weather for a Sunday!