AMD64Blondie wrote:30 degrees F and freezing rain.
Not good..looks like I'm pretty much trapped indoors today.
AMD64Blondie wrote:About 6 to 8 inches of snow has pounded downtown Portland,OR.
(6.5" yesterday,and it's still falling this morning..)
It's a mess out there.
Haven't seen snow this deep since the Blizzard of 1996.
(My fellow Oregon gerbils will hopefully remember that..)
Chuckaluphagus wrote:That can make for a messy commute, but isn't blizzard taking it a bit far? That's a normal snowfall for any given winter storm in New England. Is snow that uncommon over there?
just brew it! wrote:anotherengineer wrote:
FireGryphon wrote:It was in the single digits a few days ago in DC, and tomorrow it's supposed to be in the 60s. There was also a dusting of snow here last weekend.just brew it! wrote:anotherengineer wrote:
I am still amazed by the 'smoke' forecast. Certain other cities I track for weather routinely have 'smoke' due to pollution. Is it worse to have 'smoke' at 5* F or 95* F?
Chuckaluphagus wrote:It's been snowing, lightly but steadily, for fourteen hours here now. Temperatures have hovered at or just above freezing. It's supposed to go back and forth between rain and snow, below and above freezing, through tomorrow's commute. I expect it to be a thorough disaster.
Already watched one guy attempt to come down the hill in a Mustang convertible earlier this evening. At least he had the sense of mind to realize he'd made a terrible mistake before he picked up too much speed, and swung it into a neighbor's driveway.
notfred wrote:We've had 54cm of snow this week. Snow banks are higher than people in some places.
PGleo86 wrote:Hope we get some damn snow here in Rochester soon. Upstate NY hasn't been getting hit very hard this year. I just want to hoon around in the snow like a madman