Thursday, October 15, 2009

Winter Comes Early

Tell us something we didn't already know:
While early autumn snowstorms aren’t uncommon in US weather history, they tend to be quick affairs that melt off quickly in a day or two. This however is a bit different in that we have a significant portion of the northern Midwest plains and northern Rockies are snow covered and it is not quickly dissipating, in fact it is increasing.

Hope everybody has some really tall boots.


Anonymous said...

Must be Global Warming. Wait a minute, doesn't it snow when the weather is cold?? How can this be in the age of Obama?

Ric said...

Just need to hope for change in the weather.