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Snow & Cold Temps

by Cathy Grafton on 01/05/14

We are in the middle of a huge snowstorm, not that unusual, but the cold to follow later today is more than we usually get here in central Illinois.  The temps are suppose to drop later this afternoon with below zero all day tomorrow.  So have been out shoveling snow this morning and will do it again later this afternoon before the cold hits.  It is just beautiful out there, the snow is clinging to branches and fences and the wind is blowing the snow into wonderful swirls.

I always want to bake when it is like this. So will be doing that this afternoon and also working on one of my big quilts.  Right now enjoying a cup of hot chocolate while I warm up.  Hope everyone stays safe.

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