A "hobo" clown at heart, down on my luck (previously but not now), but eternally optimistic :o)
Oh thank you so much for letting us re-live the storm again!!! It was alot of snow we got, but I have to say, if you have everything you need at home it can be very nice. I didn't mind it at all. Although it is cold as hell/
Yikes...looks cold. We've been told we may get a rain/snow mix tonight but nothing about like you folks in the east are getting. Linda in WA
Hi!What do you say about that global warming?There is lot of snow for warm period?
Well, since I am late to this party... I will add that the storm doesn't DISPROVE of global warming... I have always thought that the storms represented an increase in the size of the hole in the ozone.My uneducated theory is that in the tilted nearer summer, more of the sun's rays would come through and bake us... tilted away, the insulation or lack thereof from the atmosphere caused the frigid temps and created the storms.Because the balance was out of whack, we were suceptible to the temperature changes. Are they permanent?? Who knows?? Have to live for a millenia to know... at the very least!
I love shots like this one Ken. Marvelous. Although we weren't hit, so it is a little easier to distance myself from the chaos it caused on the ground.
Tell Me What You Think, Don't Make me go Rogue on you :o)