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Pic Of The Day #1769

After the snow squall…

(Photo/Patricia McMahon)

(Photo/Mark Yurkiw)

(Photo/June Rose Whittaker)

(Photo/Katherine Ross)

Sunday Snow Scenes

The timing of the blizzard that wasn’t — not in western Connecticut, anyway — was perfect.

We enjoyed a lazy day yesterday. Today we headed outside. The air was brisk, but bearable. There was enough snow for sledding, but not enough to make life miserable.

It was a perfect January Sunday. If you didn’t enjoy today, you’re not a real Westporter.

Winslow Park was one of many hills packed with sledders, tobogganers and snowboarders. One girl was frightened by a big dog.: “:Honey, it’s their park,” her mother said. “We’re just guests.” (Photo/Dan Woog)

Greens Farms icicles, as big as trees (Photo/Elena Nasereddin)

Someone clomped out this message in Gina Ryan’s yard. “I love you too!” she said.

This bird did not know it’s Sunday. It just knew where to find lunch. (Photo/Robin Frank)

Pics Of The Day #1748

Scenes from a nor’easter/bomb cyclone/blizzard that wasn’t.

BUT — it sure was cold. At mid-afternoon, it was just 11 degrees.

Time for lunch! (Photo/Betsy Pollak)

Kings Highway North (Photo/Claudia Sherwood Servidio)

Ellie Mae is dressed for the cold (Photo/Audrey Hertzel)

(Photo/Pat Saunders)

Molly Alger snowshoes to Winslow Park

Misty romps (Photo/Bob Weingarten)

Waiting for spring (Photo/Larry Untermeyer)

Not a great day for an outdoor nap (Photo/Robin Frank)

Looking for food (Photo/Robin Frank)

Hot coffee on a cold day (Photo/Ellen Wentworth)

Compo cannons at sunset (Photo/Tony Evans)

Pic Of The Day #1739

The scene from Robin Frank’s window, earlier today (Photo/Robin Frank)

Pic Of The Day #1393

Compo Skate Park (Photo/Nancy Breakstone Photography)

Snowy Super Bowl Sunday

No golf at Longshore today (Photo/Kathie Motes Bennewitz)

Foraging for food off River Lane (Photo/Larry Untermeyer)

Beauty at Kings Highway North and Wilton Road. (Photo/Gloria Gouveia)

View from a Highland Road window … (Photo/Ellen Wentworth)

… and a studio. (Photo/Judith Katz)

A splash of color (Photo/Judith Katz)

Betsy Kravitz is from Buffalo, so today’s weather is like a day at the (Compo) beach. Cricket and Ruby are having a great time too. (Photo/Hal Kravitz)

Not far away, at Burying Hill. (Photo/Seth Schachter)

Is it spring yet? The scene at Harvest Commons. (Photo/Peter Swift)

Pic Of The Day #1387

Cleanup begins (Photo/Amy Schneider)

Pics Of The Day #1386

A bit of color today, outdoors … (Photo/Lauri Weiser)

… and in …  (Photo/Luisa Francouer)

… and by the fire … (Photo/Gina Ryan)

… and by the window (Photo/Lauri Weiser)

Spring Arrives In 48 Days!

Meanwhile, do you think the groundhog will see his shadow tomorrow?

Longshore entrance (Photo/Nicola Sharian)

… and the golf course (Photo/Nicola Sharian)

Canal Road, Saugatuck Shores: Which is the canal, and which is the road? (Photo/Gene Borio)

4:43 p.m., at Mark Mathias’ yard near downtown.

And Snow It Goes

It’s been snowing steadily since mid-morning.

The forecast calls for continued snow through most of the afternoon and evening. There could be a change to rain and/or a wintry mix later. Winds may gust up to 50 miles an hour.

Isn’t it so much better to be stuck inside because of a blizzard, instead of stuck inside by COVID?

The classic Compo cannons (Photo/Nicola Sharian)

Saugatuck River from 301 Riverside Avenue, next to Rive Bistro. (Photo/Joe Massoud)

Three deer often hang out in Wendy Crowther’s yard. This morning, one bedded down beneath a hemlock tree, using it as an umbrella. (Photo/Wendy Crowther)