The first snow of the season. It wasn’t much, maybe a few inches, but it was enough to blanket the fields in snow and to cover the trails and paths.
“It’s early, John,” Maria said. “Is this a harbinger of a cold, wet, white winter?”
“It’s late November, dear,” John said. “So this first snow is actually a little late, in contrast to the past few years.”
“The weather seems to be changing,” Maria said. “Summers seem to be longer, dryer, and hotter. Fall is shorter, winters are colder and wetter, and spring has just about disappeared.”
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