They have already cancelled school for tomorrow, and that is unusual. Normally they wait until 6 AM to make that decision.
So... this is our fourth or fifth snowfall since Thanksgiving, and it's not even winter yet. Seems like the good old days. I remember one year when we had an ice storm at the end of October.
Our last snow (last weekend) hadn't quite finished melting before this one arrived, and they say it's going to be a doozy.
How's the weather where you are?
Well im in the uk and we have already had a large amount of snow then it has thawed for about a week and now they say we are going to get blizzards in the next 24 hours,and we could all have a white christmas:)
Yup. Snowed in here in Indy. Well, I am. haha. But my husband went to work as usual. Not a pleasant drive; roads still snow-covered and it's still snowing a little....
Snow is one of those things that's beautiful but nasty at the same time.
There's a lot of snow here. In the city it's not so bad, though, except that every time it melts the River gets higher. Looks dangerously close to flooding.
Is it close to flooding because the ground is cold and won't absorb the melted snow very well - or has the water table risen the way it did here a few years back?
Please tell me you're all FAR FAR away from the East Coast...
It was 77 degrees earlier when I looked. No snow for us in central Texas.
In South Texas we are in that wonderful time of year when we often do not need heat or AC.
Soooo, is Texas as great as it sounds??? 'Cause no snow, no heat, and 77 degrees sounds awfully good to me, stuck here in Ohio, with blowing snow and 20 degree weather...
I'd say about 5 months of the year, the weather is incredibly mild, and the utility bills are low. The summer is long and hot, but in San Antonio the humidity is relatively low year round. The summers are much more tolerable than places like Houston, or the east coast states.
Here in miami, It is 46 degree Fahrenheit and 8 degree celcius. Its blowing very cold! I can't even go for a swim at the beach because the water's like ice!
Well, you could always come up here to Ohio, and join the Polar Bear Club...this is their favorite time of year to take a dip in the water...
Well tam cor, I bet that now in OHIO, Texas it will be just 6 degree celcius and 43 degree fahrenheit! I know it because i checked it on the weather channel...
43 degrees? That or your Florida winter weather sounds wonderful!
I just checked again--here it's a balmy 19 degrees--in the midwest part of the state...like I said, perfect weather for the Polar Bear guys--but NOT for me!
it was pretty bad with snow and ice then it all went away- but today is really cold and snow is expected- rats!
Its raining at the moment here in Hertfordshire but you can feel the temperature dropping away and the snow is due over the weekend.
It will be interesting to see how many of us actually get to where we are supposed to be at Christmas - snow and rail strikes do not make me feel optimistic!
we don't get snow here, right now waiting for the sun to come up so I can see whether there's frost on the meadow or not.
Current snow stats here in NY are:
December 2010 - 69.5" (Through 1 pm Thursday)
Almost 70 inches of snow this month already!
including these record amounts:
1. 12/6 - 12.2"
2. 12/7 - 9.3"
3. 12/8 - 14.9"
4. 12/15 - 11.9"
We had our storm earlier this week. Have fun digging out, and keep that baby (and yourself) warm.
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