Early November in the Adirondacks

November Sunrise in the Adirondack Mountains

Sunrise breaks through early November clouds in the Adirondacks

November in the Adirondacks is another one of those variable months. Weather and thus life,  can go in many diverse directions. Sometimes, the snow and cold temperatures arrive in early November and the ground stays white until April. This is the best of the options; skiing November, when life seems perfect and Thanksgiving dessert is guilt free.

Adirondack shrub in snow

A less attractive option is gray, cold, raw, rainy November; wet but not cold enough for snow. The least said about this evil November the better.

As you can see in the photo of this morning’s sunrise at HQ, the skies are definitely gray here in the Adirondacks.  It is cold however, and the trees are coated in snow. There is still time for a skiing November. A girl can dream.

1 Comment

  1. Carolyn H

    lovely photos this morning! November down here is variable too. Some years it’s an extension of October, some years it’s early winter. This November is shaping up as stormy–first Sandy and now Wednesday this nor’easter that may/may not bring me some snow.

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