It snowed today. Now, this is notable because I have done next to no raking so far this year.
As anyone that lives in leaf country can attest, it's pretty much pointless to rake until all of the leaves are off the trees, unless you're a masochist that enjoys constant rework. As I look out my back window, I see one tree that barely looks like it's dropped a thing, two trees about half done, and two trees hanging on to the last of their leaves. And this is typical all around town. It normally looks like this in the middle of October.
So, it's snowing today, on my lawn, where I've only moved some leaves around in order to accomplish some yard clean up. Thankfully, the little bit of snow that did stick should be gone tomorrow, but if this isn't a testament to the weirdness of New England weather, I can't come up with a better example.