SouthEast Alaska stole your spring. Bwah, ha, ha! It's been mid-50's, sunny, flowers and trees are budding, robins are already back, birds are coming back to nest, and I may mow my lawn in April for the 1st time in recorded history. Usually I don't have to until late May, or June.
I think we had a sum-total of 8" of snow this year. That's great news for my back, but bad news for the hydroelectric facility as it means the snow pack melt will be less, signaling an early kick over to diesel-electric power generation, and therefore higher electricity costs.
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