Big Easy King said:Same as yesterday in The Big Easy...sunny and a high of 85 with relatively low humidity.
Greenescapist said:I love the weather here in Wisconsin. It's by far the sunniest place I've ever lived. But, I know the drought is a bad consequence. Hopefully my tune won't change in the next few months. Some guy on NPR this morning mentioned, gulp, flurries as a possibility in a few days.
My wife swears she saw snow flying while she was stripping wood in the yard this morning...
Seabishop said:It flurried around Boston this morning so you actually missed out on early snow by moving to WI. Hopefully in a few months you won't be longing for the comfortable winters of New England.
Cardinal said:Weather... tell me about it.... We've had to contend with temperatures around 60 F both of the last two weekends.
Bear Up North said:Toledo's TV weathermen (and weatherwomen) are again gearing up for the expected snowstorm (with possible 1/4 inch ice preceeding). During the last storm (a tiny 8" affair) there must have been one-hundred (100) weatherpeople out in the air, carrying on like it was the blizzard of the century. One (1) guy at Channel 13 even had a hardware store yardstick, calling it "The Super Doppler Storm Measuring Stick".
So we anxiously await another super-duper whopper-doppler. Whoopie.
This Bulletin Just In From The KFWB Weather Desk: Bear