Stormy weather

Monday morning arrived with snow delivered by the storm Gorm.
Monday morning arrived with snow delivered by the storm Gorm.

The storm Gorm named by the danish weather service didn’t quite reach Borås but we got snow during the night between sunday and monday that melted away during the day. Otherwise it has been a rainy week ending with a new storm,  Helga, also named by the danish weather services. I don’t know if this was caused by the storm or not, but there was a power failure that caused the trains between Borås and Varberg to be inhibited. But the buses and the trains for Gothenburg ran and as far as I could see the trains between Gothenburg and Malmö seemed to be running so I choose that way instead and came luckily home to Malmö.

I made the return journey to Borås on Monday as I had an errand to do in Laholm on the way. As the rain had undermined the railway just south of Borås I had to go by Gothenburg on my return journey as well.

This time I got to see the road we go by bus in day light. As the tunnel under Hallandsås is connected to the railway one has to go by bus from Ängelholm to Laholm. Laholm is a very small place by the way.

More pictures on Our World Tuesday and on Skywatch.

The snow was already melting when I went to work in the morning.
The snow was already melting when I went to work in the morning.
There I a giant mistletoe by the bridge in Borås.
There is a giant mistletoe by the bridge in Borås
The giant mistletoe.
The giant mistletoe.
Coming down from the ridge Hallandsåsen into Halland on our way to Laholm.
Coming down from the ridge Hallandsåsen into Halland on our way to Laholm.

 

 

Laholm station is a bit outside the community.
Laholm station is a bit outside the community.
The train waiting at Laholm to go to Gothenburg.
The train waiting at Laholm to go to Gothenburg.
Changing train in Gothenburg Monday night for Borås.
Changing train in Gothenburg Monday night for Borås.
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