That was quite a snow squall we witnessed yesterday. The flurries and the winds just never seemed to end. By dawn this morning, things finally appeared to ease up, but not before leaving us with 13” of measurable snow. The drifts across the mountain have it much deeper in places. Our temps only varied a little yesterday, our high being 12 degrees and our low at 9. It’s been a heat wave comparatively today, as we’ve soared up to the 20’s.