Lake Effect Weather

This past week we’ve been getting some badly need rain, too late for the farmers, but still needed. The flow of the weather has changed in a snap from summer to autumn with lake effect rain and graupel (precipitation that forms when supercooled droplets of water are collected and freeze on a falling snowflake). Temps have ranged from the middle 50’s for highs and as low as 29° for lows. The clouds have changed over to autumn / winter clouds hanging low in the sky. With that I will pass you off to some photos.

Northern Hairrer

Deer dashing across our field
Sort of a stormy Sunrise
We’ve had some great rainbows lately

’tis next time

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One Response to Lake Effect Weather

  1. bonnie says:

    beautiful as always!…awaiting photo’s of your recent travels!

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