A surprise spring snowstorm hit Wellesley overnight and lasted through mid-morning, covering daffodils, forsythias, and magnolia tree blooms in a blanket of white. Count this last blast of winter as a mid-April shower, not a killing frost. Our hearty New England flora should all be fine once tomorrows temps rise into the 60s.
The beloved Great Plain Ave. forsythia, weighed down under a load of heavy, wet snow.
I headed over to Centennial Park for a walk in the snow. The popular spot was a Wild West of unleashed dogs and un-masked people.