Morning has broken

| 22 Mar 2018 | 04:21

Monroe resident Susan Bertsen's image of this colorful and serene sunrise over the Monroe Ponds on March 20, the first day of spring, reminds us that snow covered grounds will not last forever. Bertsen took this photo on her way to work. Forecasts for an unprecedented fourth Nor'easter in less than three weeks' time never materialized on Wednesday, though area school districts closed in anticipation of winter storm "Toby" hitting the area. Instead, what snow remains on the ground is the remnants of the last three Nor'easters which, sooner rather than later, will be replaced by green grass and spring flowers.