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Weather in Iowa

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Winter isn't quite done with us yet

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Winter isn't quite done with Iowa yet.  We had snow off and on all day.  It didn't amount to much and did not stick though when it hit the ground.  What little did stick melted right away once the snow came out.  I went for a quick bike ride this afternoon and the pavement was dry.  Of course the wind gusts probably helped with that.

On Easter Sunday it looks like we could have some more snow which might even be accumulating.  A few inches are possible.  I do have to say since we're all going to be stuck at home anyways  this would be a good year for it.  Save the nice weather on Easter for years when we can be around friends and family.  We're far enough north that Easter weekend can vary considerably in the type of weather conditions experienced.  Some years it's cold and generally a miserable time to be outside for any length of time.  Other years no jacket is required and it's almost shorts and t-shirt weather on Easter.  Some years the trees, grass, etc have not yet come back to life.  Others the trees have their leaves and we've already mowed for the first time. 

Next year Easter is supposed to be on April 4.  It will be interesting to see how the weather shakes out then.  Hopefully it'll be a much more pleasant Easter that we can celebrate normally, with the horrors of Fuck Face and his fucked up response to the corona virus being in our rear view mirror.

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I'm in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, we got 16 inches. I'm so sick of snow. 

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