Large, moist snowflakes are painting the tree branches white.
These flakes do not have the power to coat the streets or sidewalks, and weather forecasters say that the sun will be back around midday.
Meanwhile, I do like the looks of the ginkgo tree just the other side of my front window. When I first saw its central branch this morning I thought someone had tossed a polka dot scarf into the air that had then been caught by the tree. Perhaps you all will also be fooled by the snow's effect?
I've always liked these sorts of lacy accumulations.
It's odd that only a day ago, my down-filled coat felt too warm. I'm hoping that tomorrow's temperature will be warm enough to encourage me to have a walk over to Central Park. I am very curious to discover what our odd January and February weather has brought to the Park, and will be taking my camera with me.
Meanwhile, thank you all for your visits and comments on my blizzard posts. That recent snowstorm now seems so long ago. This morning, the snow is just flirting with us.