And I had to shovelemw said:I thought about the other night as I snow-blowed (blew?) the driveway. I'll try and get some tonight.
Wanna trade houses?TDM21 said:I live in Kentucky, haven't seen snow in almost 3 weeks. With temps in the 50s and 60s I'm about to go crazy! ! I like cold weather and snow. Today temps were in the 30s so I was a little happy, but the temperature is going back up. Hopefully the meteorologists are right when they say the temp is supposed to drop back to normal next week
Issued at: 6:03 PM EST 1/7/05, expires at: 12:10 AM EST 1/8/05
Winter storm warning in effect from 6 am Saturday to 6 pm est saturday,
The winter storm watch has been converted to a winter storm warning for much of interior southern new england including the immediate boston metropolitan area.
A fast developing but rapidly moving low pressure system will bring a period of heavy snow to a large portion of southern new england saturday.
Widespread 4 to 8 inch amounts are forecast.
Temperatures will be at or below freezing during the snow and an hour or two of visibilities near one quarter mile will accompany nearly one inch per hour snowfall.
The most likely target for heavy snow appears to lie along and about 30 miles north of interstate 84 from hartford to sturbridge then eastward to along the mass turnpike to boston and northward to the merrimack valley. High terrain will probably have widespread 6 to 8 inch amounts and 6 to 8 inch snowfall is even highly probable for the city of worcester and near boston.
Springfield, fitchburg, leominster, and beverly in massachusetts as well as hartford and putnam in northern connecticut, and woonsocket in northern rhode island are also within the target zone for 4 to 8 inch amounts. A little sleet and freezing rain may occur for a short time in northern connecticut and northern rhode island.
Those traveling into southern new hampshire can expect several inches of snow there and an advisory has been posted.
Heavy snow will accumulate on roadways and significantly hamper travel. Those that have to be out on the roads will need to use extreme caution and allow plenty of extra time.
DC is weird with snow...some years nothing, then *WHAM*, two feet in a day and the whole city shuts down.Chip NoVaMac said:with the temps being 40 degrees or better in the DC area, I am wondering if we see any snow this season.
Amen! That is why I am thinking that we might just see 3 to 4 feet of snow when the "big one" hits.Mr. Anderson said:DC is weird with snow...some years nothing, then *WHAM*, two feet in a day and the whole city shuts down.
Then it rains two days later and its all gone.....
Here's a pic of the lake in the back yard after the snow a while back....its not frozen right now after 40s and 50s and rain....