Just throw the dog outside and shut the door...
Fugly day in Sacramento. Typical winter day here, foggy, overcast, clammy.
Just Ugly in all respects.
It is snowing here, so far around 3" of snow, chance for up to 8" tonight. WOOT!
I think I am leaving work here in a half hour or so.
Yeah, I saw on the news that everyone from the midwest to Maine is getting snow, ice, or both.
Out here in Seattle, it's just rain.
You can have all of our snow, Ian, If you want it, that is.
I'll take the rain any day.
Seattle drivers and snow or ice is a really bad mix, to say nothing of our hills here with snow and ice.
It was 1 degree F while waiting for the bus this morning. So Sparky and I waited in my car, so it would warm up and keep us warm. The car wasn't too bad since it was in the Garage. Once I am done insulating the Garage and getting an insulated Garage door it will be better.
We have a chance of snow on Monday though. Otherwise I haven't heard it is to get above 20 till Monday.
Ian - I hope that you weren't running your car in a closed garage. Good way to die of carbon monoxide - no smell to it and it's invisible.
Here in Seattle, the rain continues on and off. S'posed to stay that way for several days. We have a low pressure cell sitting off the coast spinning crap into our area.
Here in Seattle, we are having upper 40's in the days and upper 30's at night. On again off again rain showers and occasionally fog.
Snow really paralyzes Seattle for the first 24 hours or so. When it's really bad, I just stay home.
As you may have seen from that video clip, hills of Seattle and ice are a bad combo.
18 days f rain in January (that I missed) and two sice I've been back. Lovely weather due to the clouds, between 70-80 during the day with mild nights.
Will take photos this weekend, things are green!
Congrats on the successful, if not uneventfull, ride back to "home" in Argentina.
No snow yesterday, however they are now saying we have an ice storm followed by snow this evening. A chance for somewhere between 4 and 12 inches for the Central Indiana region, more snow the further north you go.
I personally am hoping for a foot of snow down by the house, but I doubt we will get 4 inches.
Yup. I think it's "upstate" New York, closer to the Great Lakes. I think that they call it "Lake Effect Snow". They showed it on TV here in Seattle, on the news.