Apparently snow is not unheard of, but still pretty rare in May. We celebrated the arrival of May with some snow last night and this morning, not a lot, an inch or two. This makes seven consecutive months with measurable snowfall (Fargo has had eight months in a row since they received some snow in October that missed us) in Grand Forks.
We're going to spend a cozy day inside. The yard work that was planned for today has been put on administrative hold pending nicer weather. Just in case you're wondering, the folks here at Deaf Dogs and Benevolent Gnomes helped spread the word about this nasty winter. See the November post - Pig Spleen and Weather Predictions. And maybe it's time for you doubters to recognize the power of the pig spleen.