Wow, snow, really?

I’m lookin out my window and it’s blue, sunny, and beautiful. Of course, I’m not outside standing in what my weather report here says is currently 36 degrees. Even at that temp, however, it’s hard to believe Capital Weather’s 70%-confidence prediction of snowfall tomorrow of up to two inches. I suppose part of that might be I’m still suspicious and confused by the overall bright and blue we’ve had these last four weeks – after five years here in the area I’m conditioned to expect a long, grey, dim and depressing February.

The question I have for all of you is this – do you think, like me, that this much less gray month was an excellent trade for so much below-average temperature? Assuming that’s what’s responsible and it’s not just luck, of course.

1 Comment so far

  1. Carl Weaver (unregistered) on March 6th, 2007 @ 6:01 pm

    I’d much rather have a cool, sunny day than a warmer drizzly or overcast one. Until the temperature gets to about 70 degrees. Then I’d rather have warm, drizzly weather than cold and sunny.

    However, the cold wind bit into the very heart of my loins this morning as I was walking across a parking lot with my photo gear in tow on a hand truck, my fingers feeling each air molecule cut like a broken bottle across the knuckles. Brutal!

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