The other day (two days ago technically, since it’s after midnight right now), we got snow. It wasn’t really that much, just a few little specs that melted on contact with the ground. My roommate says it was sleet, but I believe sleet means rain and snow, and at that moment I think it was just snow. So that was the first snow of the season.
Today we actually got some respectable amount of snow. Rain too later on, but there was definitely some snow. It didn’t accumulate much, but it was decent. It’s funny, as two years (and a week or so) ago my hometown of Buffalo got hit with a storm of apocalyptic proportions. It knocked out the poiwer to my house for a week, but luckilly my parents had a generator. The trees along my street had their branches decimated too. It really wasn’t a lot of snow, but it came fast.
Who knows how this winter will be. But this fall is looking pretty good. It’s cold out, which is nice, and the trees are looking really beautiful. My only gripe is that it’s a little cloudy. Even that’s not so bad, at least not until late winter when it seems like it’s always dark.
I’m still working on my light flicker circuit, which I hope to have described in more detail here by Halloween, but I’m not sure if that’ll happen. Well, whatever. It’s a neat circuit, and really makes a light bulb flash like a candle convincingly. Problem is, when I put it together on a project board I found that it shorts somewhere. Oh well.