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We Interrupt This Travelogue… February 1, 2011

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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…to bring you this weather update:

We got six inches of new snow today, trending toward freezing rain as it tapered off this evening.

But Wait, There’s More!

Starting around midnight tonight, Momma Storm will follow Baby Storm into our region, dumping another 1 to 2 feet on us, depending on how much of it comes down as sleet and freezing rain and how much turns out to be the Fluffy Stuff.

Now some people dislike snow, and to them I say, “You’re in the wrong place, my friend!”  Though in my travels today (oh yes, I did!) most of the folks I came across were smiling broadly while visions of sugar plums and cross-country skiing danced in their fuzzy hippie heads.

Anyway, if it’s snow we’ll all be squealing like little piggies, and if it’s freezing rain, it will look like this:

Thems iz blackberries under glass, taken in [the real] Florida before this present atmospheric hiccup.

Either way, I’m digging this winter, and expecting to spend a significant part of tomorrow up on the roof, lightening the load and substantially reducing the distance from there to the ground below.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled blog reading.



1. Pagan Sphinx - February 2, 2011

Great post. Been thinkin’ about cha!

2. littlebangtheory - February 2, 2011

Thanks, Gina.

We dodged the bullet didn’t we? My time on the roof today was sufficient to convince me that the limited snowfall we got was, um, enough. 🙂

Hope things are going well out your way.

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