I just found the greatest resource. And to think, I’ve been pushing what I used to think was the greatest resource – the sunrise and sunset times site. What I have here is a kept up to date and current snow depth map.
To visit the most up-to-date map for the northeast, click here. The map you’re looking at below is merely a screen capture for March 13, 2014.
How awesome is that? Laura and I always wonder how much snow many of our friends have and now we know. For instance, we’ve got a ton of friends (well, maybe not a ton) down in New York and Connecticut. We’re always (well, maybe not always) talking about the difference in weather from what they’re experiencing to what we’re experiencing. Now, with this map, we know exactly (well, maybe not…anyway) what they are looking at on their front lawns.
Check out Maine. Right now, I’m sitting in the middle of one of those dark red areas. Not bad. The thing is, I’ve been thinking that down in New York and Connecticut they were getting a lot more snow than this map is telling me. Three inches? Five inches? There must be small patches of grass showing by now. I really wish someone would take some pictures and send them up my way. Hint, hint.