March 1, 2023

A Late February Snow at My Farm

Today, the temperature is expected to hit 44-degrees Fahrenheit at my Bedford, New York farm with clouds and possible showers in the afternoon - melting and washing away most of the recent snow.

Over the years, I've shared many photos of the white fluff across my farm's landscape, but the most beautiful are those images which capture the snow stuck to all the trees, shrubs, fences, and other surfaces. This happens when the temperature is slightly warmer than freezing, which is 32-degrees Fahrenheit or zero-degrees Celsius. The snowflakes melt around the edges and stick together to become big, heavy flakes.

Yesterday's snow was picture perfect. I shared some photos on my Instagram page @MarthaStewart48. Here are some more, enjoy.