weather report

On Wednesday Bram picked me up at the airport in Albuquerque. It was dusk, and it had rained earlier. Amazing low clouds on the Sandia Mountains, more low clouds to the north, and dramatic lightning in the clouds as it got dark. It rained Wednesday night, and all day Thursday — cold (45 degrees) and windy, with all kinds of crazy low clouds obscuring the Sangre de Christo Mountains:

Late in the afternoon, it cleared and when you could see the mountains again, the tops were covered in snow. Yes, snow. Here's a pic from today. Those brown areas further down the slopes are the aspens, turning:

1 comment:

Sherry said...

It's good to have you back on the blog, can't wait to hear more of your trip and to see the picture of Raphael! Since some of us don't know him, what would be the harm?