Late snow blankets Swanton


A late-season snowfall blanketed the Swanton area Friday. Warm ground temperatures meant roads stayed wet and snow did not cause driving issues. It did, however, accumulate on grassy surfaces, trees, and yellow flowers of the forsythia, above. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory as 2-4 inches of snow fell.

A late-season snowfall blanketed the Swanton area Friday. Warm ground temperatures meant roads stayed wet and snow did not cause driving issues. It did, however, accumulate on grassy surfaces, trees, and yellow flowers of the forsythia, above. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory as 2-4 inches of snow fell.


Drew Stambaugh | Swanton Enterprise

A late-season snowfall blanketed the Swanton area Friday. Warm ground temperatures meant roads stayed wet and snow did not cause driving issues. It did, however, accumulate on grassy surfaces, trees, and yellow flowers of the forsythia, above. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory as 2-4 inches of snow fell.

A late-season snowfall blanketed the Swanton area Friday. Warm ground temperatures meant roads stayed wet and snow did not cause driving issues. It did, however, accumulate on grassy surfaces, trees, and yellow flowers of the forsythia, above. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory as 2-4 inches of snow fell.
https://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2020/04/web1_Forsythia-snow.jpgA late-season snowfall blanketed the Swanton area Friday. Warm ground temperatures meant roads stayed wet and snow did not cause driving issues. It did, however, accumulate on grassy surfaces, trees, and yellow flowers of the forsythia, above. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory as 2-4 inches of snow fell. Drew Stambaugh | Swanton Enterprise