We're going to get hit hard down here tomorrow. Scheduled to see an inch of snow and they're saying it might stick for a couple of hours! I've had a constant stream of people in my office all day wanting to know if we're going to be open tomorrow. I've told them to buck up, drive slowly on their way in in the morning (I won't hold anybody accountable for being a bit late at the clock) and someday they can tell their grandchildren about it.
I sense you're being somewhat facetious Michael.But...when was the last time you took and inch of snow down there?Good advice on the driving too. People unaccustomed to not having traction under their tires have a funny way of crashing.
yeah, somewhat facetious. we haven't had snow for a while (maybe a decade) but we have ice on the roads several times a year and it can rain like a m-f (once got over ten inches in an hour!) so I'm telling these namby pambys to leave early, drive slowly and remember their brothers in the upper midwest. do it for them.
way cool on the snow lightning - never saw that before. There was a guy from the weather channel filming during the storm and it scared the shit out of him. It was good TV. Hunker down and stay warm, Scmutz...- - Robert
Me neither, as you can tell from my stupid commentary. Snow lightning is damned creepy Robert, especially the dull bluish glow that seems to linger longer than normal thunderstorm lightning.Hunkering down seems to be everyone's plan at this point. The problem, like in '67 and '79 is that this shit doesn't melt before the next snow. And these piles get bigger and bigger. And, don't finish melting/thawing until friggin' April. But you know this from living here before.We're having one of those winters we'll talk about for years my friend.
THundersnow? Been there, done that. It is cool.
That's End of Days weather. My brother Olly was featured in yesterday's national Newspaper, well, a photograph of his was. Shows you the weather we're having.Be Safe, Brother.
Maria- We need a better name than thundersnow. It's the lightning that shocked the piss out of me, rather than the report.I'm going with Icy Flash-Hammers.John~Everybody's gone surfin'Surfin' County Clare.Great pick by your brother. The surfer's gotta be out of his tree.Funny you mention End of Days weather. I was thinking at the time...this must be what nuclear winter would be like. Dark, cold, violent wind, and lightning.
deteriorating conditions here, hope this works, pray for us...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhHr7LCVQRw&feature=youtube_gdata_player
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