Of all the forms of precipitation we get in Maryland in winter, I hate ice the most. We are currently in the midst of Winter Storm Viola, the one that ravaged Texas over the last couple of days, and I suppose our case is not so nearly dire, but, jeez, I hate ice.
The trees are all glistening, and icicles are hanging off everything, and they keep growing. Note the "slanted" one growing off Georgia's wind spinner. The ice has finally stilled the outer ring, so now they're growing downward again. If it gets too much thicker we might start seeing tree damage, and/or power outages, but so far so good.