As Pepper ponders yesterday’s transformation, I, too, am wondering. I think it might generally stay south of us this winter. That’s my gut feeling anyway. The past two years it’s been north, which was OK with me, though Tina certainly didn’t agree, and south again the three years before that. It seems to be one of the normal cycles of things for this location. At least until climate change gives us the new normal. So as the third significant snow of this early December heads our way, my money is on staying south this year. That line between the white stuff and the wet stuff. It may be time to put gas in the snow blower.