It’s been a pretty crazy winter here in Michigan. We’re in the top three in terms of seasonal snowfall record. Between January 14th and February 17th, we had one day where it went above freezing. By exactly one degree. We had the snowiest January on record, and February has been no slouch.
This combination has led to snow piles growing and growing. Certainly not melting.
And, this could potentially have very negative consequences as it turns out.
As many long time readers know, we enjoy camping, and we have a trailer type RV that we pull around. It’s lightweight, which works out well since we have a mid-size SUV.
A few weeks ago, after one big snowfall, I wondered aloud whether I should go over to my in-laws (where we store it for the winter), and clean off any snow from the roof. This was probably closer to mid-January when we had no idea the cold spell we’d see. My wife didn’t think it was necessary. My father-in-law didn’t seem to think it would be an issue. Other things came up. I kind of forgot about it. And that was that.