Most of us in the state got a small snowstorm, two to six inches of snow. Run of the mill February weather.
Here in St. Albans, Vermont, where I live, we got five inches of snow. Ho-hum. But the storm focused on the mountain range just to my east, where up to three feet of snow fell. You go from practically nothing to completely buried in just a few miles.
This morning I drove the short 13 miles from my five inches of snow to that nearly three feet in Bakersfield.
Within ten minutes of leaving my house, I was in the middle of the old fashioned winter Vermont has lacked this year. I'm sure glad I didn't have to unbury these cars, or shovel the 30 inches of snow out of my driveway.
For once, as much as I like to play in deep snow, I'm glad the storm missed my place. Scroll down for a couple more photos.