Saturday Sky

It’s not exactly Saturday’s Sky. I took this series on Monday of a storm making it’s way across my backyard. All of these were taken in a 10 minute span. Gotta love the crazy March weather.

I wish I had a before picture because it was a bright day with a few clouds in the sky.
The storm moves in quickly.


It starts snowing
Then the snow comes down pretty fierce

And it’s gone.

That’s right. All that in 10 minutes.

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14 Responses to Saturday Sky

  1. Arleta says:

    Those are neat. In Michigan, they say if you don’t like the weather, wait 5 minutes, it’ll change. ;)

  2. Heather says:

    Whoa, very cool. What a great view you have!

  3. Jennifer says:

    I’m so glad you confessed to those being Monday pictures – because it’s awfully early out here and I was wondering how in the heck you got your act together to already post your Saturday sky pictures when I haven’t even had a cup of coffee.

    : )

  4. Weaver says:

    the same thing happened in Ohio (at the in laws) on Monday. Weird, huh?

  5. margene says:

    Squalls are so much fun to watch. It’s a wonder where they come from. We had a rain squall this morning!

  6. Jennifer says:

    Wow! That’s wild.

  7. Jane says:

    Just fabulous!

  8. Nan says:

    Pics are great Shop pics are Ok but were is the ARGILE COW???? Grandpa is upset

  9. pippi says:

    What’s that old saying?
    “If you don’t like the weather in New England, wait 10 minutes”

    You’ve inspired me to get out and do my Sat sky!
    (eep! It’s been a while)

  10. Amy says:

    We have monsoon storms here in the desert that are like that. You can run into a store for just one thing and come out to find your car all wet!

  11. AmyBoogie says:

    Comments stopped working again!
    argh! – just checking a different fix.

  12. AmyBoogie says:

    This is it, if the comments don’t work now, i’m loading Haloscan.

  13. Elinor says:

    Wow, that is really cool! Very similar to the summer thunderstorms we have in the Midwest!

  14. Susan says:

    Ah, yes, New England — if you don’t like the weather, wait a minute. And because I totally keep forgetting, great job on the Knitty vest pattern. I think it is beautiful!!

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