I wonder with all this mild open winter what will happen. We and nature depend on solid ice in the lakes and snow in the woods to melt come spring and raise the water table, but will that happen this year? I have no idea what the alamacs are saying but seems to me none of this can be a real good thing. Don't get me wrong, I like to wear shoes instead of boots in January and February and not have to bundle up too much. But I think everything has consequences. So I googled the Farmer's Almanac and found this:
April and May will be cooler and drier than normal.The closest place I could find was Halifax [not surprising]. It actually sounds like a general Nova Scotia summary.
Summer will be warmer and drier than normal in the east and cooler and rainier than normal elsewhere. The hottest temperatures will occur in late June, mid-July, and mid-August. Watch for a tropical storm threat in late August.
September and October will be warmer than normal, with precipitation below normal in Newfoundland and Labrador and above normal elsewhere.
Went to the hall and scrubbed the floor for Sunday, and took a little detour - well actually I just was trespassing, but that's nothing new, excepting I wasn't in my pj's just regular clothes!
West McKay Lake comes into East McKay Lake just beyond where you can see.
Just a bit of fun on my walk, enjoy your day!