Okay, perhaps not all the seasons – the amount of sun was a little more limited – but there was a little in Beaune today!
It seems bizarre that we have had 10-12°C for most of the winter, and then in the last days, flurries of snow – only a flurry this morning in Beaune and nothing remains. In the Côte de Nuits it was a little more than a flurry and all was white!
This time last year, it was more like 20°C…
There is one response to “all the seasons…”
Analogous to the sort of spring weather transition we can have in parts of OZ. Enormous changeability from one day to the next. Melbourne, at the extreme, is notorious for four seasons in a day.