After the great freeze, we woke up to the great melt. The weather got a bit warmer overnight and all the ice accumulated had started to melt.
Trees were literally shedding ice. Every blast of wind shook the tree limbs, coated in ice — it sounded like a wind chime. We were lucky: no power line snapped in our neighborhood.
Sidewalks are flooded though and yet a lot of the ice hasn’t melted, even though roads are clean now. It doesn’t just look like winter: it feels like it too. I feel trapped at home with the last few days’ weather.