"You know what I love? Spring in Minnesota! When the snow melts and there's money and gold on the ground, or maybe grandma from where she ran away at Christmastime..." -Craig AntonMy experience with Indianapolis winters is limited to the last few, but up 'til this year snow has been the same kind of phenomenon it was back down at home, only deeper: Something that falls, sticks, and then melts. With an average daily high in December in the low 40s, there has usually been some degree of thawing between snowfalls, so that by the time the next one arrived, the previous one had been reduced to a few ragged patches in the deep shadows.
Not this year. We haven't broken out of the 20s but a couple days so far this month. The four inches that fell last weekend have been joined by another few late in the week and it looks like tomorrow's bringing more... and hasn't any of it melted.
This is weird to me.