We have had some pretty cold temperatures in E. Ontario.
The snow protects the plants from daytime temps that range from 2C., to -13 C. at night.
I love the snow. The animal tracks tell a story about what has been in the forest.
|Hawk flew by, all came to attention!|
those ill, or working ERs.
|nearly a soaker!|
|turkeys spooked the deer|
It was December 11/12, 2009 that Muskoka had massive Lake Effect snow, with 60 - 160 cm east of Georgian Bay. Days to dig out. Nothing moved for that week!
Below is a time lapse video of the storm by a pro. Rather cool!
December 2010 Blizzard Timelapse from Michael Black on Vimeo.