With March coming in like the proverbial lion, we can only hope that it leaves like a lamb. As temperatures remain in the mid twenties at dawn, for the fifth day in a row, gale force westerly winds make glove removal for photographs a difficult decision.
Cloud cover, borne on westerly winds, rushed offshore at dawn to frame a sunrise already cloud-enshrouded at the horizon in dramatic fashion.
While treading carefully on an ice glazed boardwalk, we witnessed dawn arrive today under featureless skies. Ten days from the Spring Equinox seems so far away as the sun comes up over a frigid Atlantic.
Dawn, under cloud cover of varying density, with air temperatures warmer than the ocean, creates a bleary imagery that mirrors the mood these last few days before daylight saving time begins.
As temperatures climbed into the upper fifties overnight, heavily saturated clouds sculpted a dramatic dawn sky, as the sun backlit the effort.
On the last dawn on standard time for several months, the sun rose with little fanfare under cloudless skies.
The first daylight savings dawn of 2021 didn’t look much different than the sunrise of the day before other than being an hour tardy.