Tuesday, October 28, 2008

s-n-o-w

My parents are deep in the woodsy hills and are getting dumped on by snow already. Still rain in Ithaca, but ch. 9 tells us:

Tuesday:
Rain changing to snow around dinnertime. Over higher elevations it will be snow all day. 3-6 inches over higher elevations with a coating to a couple inches over lower elevations.

15 comments:

Real Live Lesbian said...

Get ready! Will it be snow?

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

SNOW indeed

Tricia said...

It's toooo early to snow.

http://www.growtogether.ning.com said...

I DON'T BELIEVE YOU! I'M STICKING MY FINGERS IN MY EARS! LA LA LA LA LA - CAN'T HEAR A WORD YOU'RE SAYING!!!

I'm looking outside my window now - mixed bag of yuckiness . . .

kcinnova said...

*grin*

I've got my parka! I'm ready!

PS: my computer is acting really weird...I keep having trouble opening stuff, and I can't upload pics from my camera for the WWC today. ARGH!!

Lis Garrett said...

Oh - that's me, Gary.

Seems this weather is throwing me off a bit . . .

Farmer*swife said...

BRRRRRRRRRRRR!

It was 43 degrees here this morning! But, beautiful and sunny!

I don't like it cold. A little crispy? Say 70 with a light long sleeved blouse?

That's as cool as I like it. Accept for November through Christmas. :-) Then, I prefer it in the 80s +++

Happy Tuesday, again!

Giggles said...

Lucky you I love snow!!

kate et jim said...

It's heavy rain, here. But driving through town this morning, we saw a car with 3 inches of snow on it. It must have come down from Sullivan County (Liberty/Monticello area, or there abouts). 42 degrees, right now. But it's a cold/damp 42.

Gordo said...

The Farmer's Almanac is calling for a cold winter this year. I forget what the snowfall is like, but I'm tending ot believe them more than the science-types these days.

Janet said...

I love when they say this, "Rain changing to snow around dinnertime"...don't know why!

kcinnova said...

Just watched The Weather Channel: the experts are calling for up to a foot of snow in your area overnight! "Get those candles & generators ready." Oh yes they did say that.

We're even supposed to have a rain/snow mix after midnight and into the early bus-stop hour. Hmmmmm...

[Still fighting my computer, still can't download pics from my camera or log in to some programs. Ran a scan: 97 minutes later, NOTHING. Grrrrr....]

Hilary said...

Ugh.. we're expecting a bit of it overnight too. I'm NOT ready for this. Where did my summer go?

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

Hilary and Gord are on the north side of Lake Ontario, which is fairly clear, me and Kate are down wind, and all that moisture is blowing toward us, off of the lake..............

Hilary said...

Oh sure.. blame the Canadians! ;)