See...We do get some "winter weather". Shot this out the front door while it was snowing. We ended up getting about another inch or so before it quit. We did have some icing on roads...schools closed :) Currently at 29F - They are calling for it to stay in the 30s today but high in the 50s tomorrow so it won't last long...
About three inches of the white stuff and 11 degrees yesterday night.
64* and gloomy
First time in months that we got to sit on the deck and had a chimea going and smoked a nice cigar. Charlie has been a handful today as he's been getting into everything. Got me up at 4:30 this morning and then wanted to play. Plus he went out in the yard and busted through the fence so I had to replace that. It's been a very long day. I hope he settles down.
60 degrees and sun today. Will change to rain, freezing rain and 4" of snow overnight and the low 30's tomorrow. Robins are here.
75 degrees and looking out the window of the office it looks like a nice, sunny day to be trapped inside pounding out reports.
30 degrees and snowing hard. Should be about four inches tonight. Beautiful to look at but cold as hell. Wood stoves will be cranking for the next two days.
80*F and blue sky sunny.
all-winter total snowfall here on Cape Cod: 1.5".
Edward - we had more than that here in eastern North Carolina...our single snow storm gave us close to 3" on the grass...
Spring-like yesterday. All the snow hits either north or south of us, while we remain in a narrow band of Gorebull Warbling.
Stuck the fire starters back in the shed and the ready supply of firewood back on the racks. Clearing the garage for some serious murdersickle wrenching.
85*F Party Cloudy
There were some tornados north of me about midnight last night. It was a warm night with scattered storms. I was on Vherf with @Rhamlin , @Yakster , and @Trykflyr_1 and I did not even realize what was happening. It was pretty calm here but I had a northerly view and on the horizon I watched the lightning strikes roll through from west to east. Nashville was damaged and there were several deaths. Rural Putnam County to the east was hit and the death toll is highest there at 14.
Thanks for the update, Bob
Just got power back on, here. Good to see @Bob_Luken is OK, anyone heard from @TNBigfoot68 ? Not too bad in my area, but apparently Nashville's been hit hard. I spent the weekend there, but haven't heard much news yet.
Thanks for checking in, Paul
Glad to hear that you came through the storm without issue, Paul.
Thanks for checking in. A lot of people hoping you weren't hit.
BTW, I didn't know there had been a tornado hit this far west, but @jd50ae 's town had damage as well. I should have figured, since they always get hit over there. It's like the tornado jumps the Mississippi River and lands right there.