No snow. What wee bit falls is quickly washed away by rain.
Strong winds buffeted Anchorage yesterday, many of them hurricane for. Electric was out for many customers on Thanksgiving Day.
Down here in the banana belt, south of Anchorage, temps are in the low 40s and the wind is blowing but not threatening to tear the roof off as in Anchorage.
The Thanksgiving cactus opened one bud the night before Thanksgiving and promises many, many more. I kept this little gem root bound for many years and then this spring gave it a repotting. It is a very happy cactus now and showing it.
More than 40 years ago, mu mother gave me her shamrock plant. I have no idea how long she had it, but here it is--blooming in November!
And last but not least by far, the amazing African violet has bloomed so much this year, I think it's running out of toner. It's supposed to be purple. Or violet. Or sometimes violet-white.
Oh, well, a winter with flowers is fine with me.