Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by general eclect, May 19, 2013.
Weather in Wyoming
Snowing In Boston MA.
11 degrees in clear lake Iowa, took a screenshot saw the town name and thought it sounded familiar. Clear lake is the town where buddy Holly, Richie Valens and J.P Richardson perished in a plane crash in 1959 and which later became the inspiration for the song "the day the music died"
American Pie by Don Mclean
We're getting another snow to sleet to ice storm tomorrow. The joys of heavy, wet, crunchy slush and winter in PA.
That's all we got this winter. It's a PITA.
Nothing out of the ordinary, it is sunny yet windy down here.
It's snowing as I type. Working out of town, I quit early and drove home though heavy snow, only to find it snowless here. I guess it followed me home for it's snowing now. Around a half foot is the current prediction. Snow is a welcome change from the freezing rain that's been this winter's MO.
19 degrees with a winter storm warning & possible 6-10 inches of snow overnight into tomorrow. February has been a really snowy month for us this winter!!
Started snowing here about an hour ago. It's steady light snow so far. We're due for about 5" before it changes over to sleet. And then up to 52°F (11°C) tomorrow.
@lunatic59 So no accumulation?
1 or 2 inches for Boston tonight.
For meteorogical spring.
18 inches of snow on my doorstep.
March came in like lion.
Sunny now, has been raining, temp 10C / 50F and windy
For the first time since record-keeping began in 1877, February passed without hitting 70°.
Do note that that's based on the official weather station. However, we have many micro-climates (valleys, mountains, beaches) aside from the LA basin, each with its own temperature variations. For example, here in the San Gabriel Valley and across town in "The Valley" (home of Valley Girls), the San Fernando Valley, we're typically warmer.
So, yeah...brrrrrr....it's been a frosty, freezing winter!
It's cold in San Antonio right now. Temperature is at a chilly 37 degrees according to my Raspberry Pi weather station Good thing the heater is in working order. My dogs and I do not like cold weather.
Never let it be forgotten that this Southern California native [unhappily] lived in Dallas when it had its still standing record cold temperature, -1°F.
In February it was back-to-back nuisance storms that were pretty much warm fronts overriding arctic air. Starts as snow then gradually changes to sleet ice and finally rain then a couple of warm (above freezing) days before repeating. March has reversed the process. Cold air is pushing into warm moist air so we got about 6 inches of heavy wet snow followed by sub-freezing temps for the rest of the week.
@NightHawk877 I know San Antonio! Seen the Alamo, the theater, and the canals.
I was seriously surprised when it got so cold.
I thought it was "Way Down South"...
8 to 17 Fahrenheit in Boston MA.
Pretty darn moist, for a desert...
Our glorious, desperately wanted onslaught of rain has set various records, and it just keeps coming.
As does the snow in our mountains--so much snow that several resorts have been forced to close on really bad days.
They're now saying that our local mountains have received so much snow, the ski/snowboard resorts will remain open until at least the 4th of July. So that vaunted entity, the "California Double," will be in full swing for many months. (That's where you go skiing/snowboarding up in the mountains, and then head to the beach to surf, all in the same day. Good times!)
That somehow seems unfair to your East Coast brethern @MoodyBlues
10° Fahrenheit. Sunny!
We're supposed to crack the freezing mark today for the first time in 5 days. Maybe some of that ice on my neighbor's sidewalk (who's in Florida and too damn cheap to hire anyone to shovel his walks when he's away ) will melt now.