Where was this snow?MaineGirl said:Cold front? Good riddance! Today was a "balmy" 37 degrees Farenheit. The 16 inches of snow are slowly sliding away into the lawn. We did have two wonderful days where the sky was bright blue, landscapes crisp and white, and morning and evening twilights as pretty as a peach Bellini. Add to that sparkling frost, fog, the scent of evergreen and...
What's coming is the cold front that caused all the trouble in the US a few days ago. It left Florida yesterday.
Last night the satellite photos should a big clump of clouds and rain along the front over Haiti moving into the DR. This morning though it looks like it may have gone by without bothering us. We'll have to wait until the sun heats things up a bit this afternoon to know but at least there's some sun!Ken said:The Puerto Rico weather man says the front is quite weak and is not expecting much from it in there.
We had three straight days of sunshine and no rain after about two full months of abnormally cloudy and rainy weather. It did srain a bit this morning early (0.02" at Xanadu) and as you can see in the photo above there are a few showers around at the moment. Nothing like the last few weeks though!Tired_Boy Spake Thusly: Is this a bit of a 'freak' period of poor weather? What is the weather like ' typically' at this time of year. Are there any months in particular to avoid ... ?
What makes you think I could read it? I have been admonished by some others that map reading is not my forte. :: smile ::El Senor Hillbilly Added: Who the heck can understand that Surface Map besides you?