Friday, November 21, 2008

not to complain or anything, but snow every stinking day through Thanksgiving?

channel 9 tells us:

"Right now we are thinking 2-4” in the lakes snows this afternoon then another 4-8” Friday night.

The cold stays with us, and the winds are forecast to stay pretty northwesterly right into and through the day Saturday, so over parts of CNY, we’re expecting significant accumulations of snow, that will likely exceed 1 foot."

14 comments:

cookingwithgas said...

this is why I live in the south--- Good luck and keep warm!
It is 21 here tonight!

Jessica said...

Stay warm! :D It seems colder than usual here...I think it's going to be a chilly winter!

Lis Garrett said...

blah, blah, blah . . .

covering my eyes and stinking my fingers in my ears . . .

blah, blah, blah

I refuse to look outside or listen to the weather report. I don't want to hear anything about snow!!

Knight said...

I'm so glad I am spending next week in Arizona. Woo hoo!

Anonymous said...

Hey, at least Buster will be happy!
EH

Lynda said...

We'd be happy for snow... send it down!

kate et jim said...

Yes, yes...I heard you were going to get over a foot of snow up your way, Gary.

Us? we're supposed to get the 'mix' on and off right through next week.

debra said...

still snowing in NE Ohio, too.

Tracy said...

Gary, YOU are going to get all the snow this time! HA! We already had our snowstorm this year in Fly Creek.

Oops, just took a look outside and it's a white out, and a few inches already. Crap.

Susan as herself said...

UGH. No snow here yet but it's colder than usual for late November. Heat up some mulled cider and grab a blanket!

Linda Starr said...

well we would gladly accept any type of precipitation in my neck of the woods. Love the shots of actual winter.

Farmer*swife said...

Well, I do wish I could make snowmen annually with my children. And, the occasional snow ball fight would be fun.

And, maybe sliding down a hill on cardboard. But, the cold, the wet, and the soggy? Not so fond of.

Locked in doors foggin' up the windows? Nope.

109 degree heat index in the summer with the humidity level at 80 percent or above? Stokin!

Stay warm and well. Remember washing your hands frequently, carry lotion for drying and for heaven's sake -- don't touch anything.

it's that time of year. :-D

Barbara Martin said...

Shoveling snow makes you warm, and then you can bake those chocolate chip cookies you keep mentioning.

kcinnova said...

I wish I was vacationing up there right now!