This has been the rainiest winter in many years and I’m pretty sure we’ve either hit or gone past our allotted 40 days, according to that contract we have with the Powers That Be. This is a good thing because we need every drop.
With the Passover holidays, the weather has gone from intense thunderstorms and an additional 25cm of snow on Mt. Hermon to bright, breezy and sunny days. We’re spending our holidays visiting our national and public parks before the unseasonably hot weather hits us later this week. These wild spikes in temps all are within the gamut of what passes for spring here, but the very late snow was the first since records were kept in 1902.