We, being on the southerly edge of the storm, ended up with less snow AFTER the storm than we had on the ground before the storm!
We had a little freezing rain, but it ended up mostly a rain event for us. We're not complaining, and we're not blaming the weatherman either. Storms are active and they can move and change.
A bitter cold front moved in on the heels of the storm though, and it is really cold here. Seven degrees currently with a real feel of -14.
However, the sun is shining today, and that always cheers the heart and mind.
I'm fighting a cold, so I slept in today and stayed home from church yesterday. It was a good weekend. Did you see the eclipse last night?
It was so cold here that we could only go out for brief views, but we had a gloriously clear night!
I watched some of it from a local view on You*ube.
I took a screen shot of it on my ipad. An amazing event.
I hope you have a great day.
ps - my daughter's weather in the Adirondacks is -9 with a real feel of -31. Vee, are you this cold in Maine?