as it was already overcast this morning, i wasn't expecting much solar production. the power level barely crept above 1.5kW. we did manage to reach 10kWh by evening (10.36 kWh to be exact), which is good considering if the snowstorm arrived earlier during the daytime hours, we would've gotten zero production again, like during the third'easter.
i had a grilled ham & cheese sandwich for lunch and the same for dinner. i had to finish my sliced deli ham before it spoiled. throughout the day i snacked on some strawberries, drank black tea and chocolate milk, and had a half-sour pickle.
as the evening arrived and the night got later and later, the big question was: where's the snow? apparently the fourth'easter never made it this far north, instead circling to our south and impacting new york city more than us. even earlier in the evening, the snowfall level was being downgraded, maybe 2 inches in boston at most. but by the later news forecast, the meteorologists were saying we might not be getting any snow, with the dry and warm conditions preventing any snow from forming. this is great news, but i still plan on waking up early tomorrow.