I write, 'Winter Wonder-Land' instead of the traditional, 'Winter Wonderland' on purpose...the weather around here in the winter makes you wonder what the heck is going on.
Wednesday this week we broke the all-time high temperature record (old record was 71 degrees) with a temp of 76 degrees. Today it is snowing. Sorta.
They've been talking for a couple days about this snowstorm, and yesterday I participated (because of my job as a college dean) in a conference call with local officials and the National Weather Service about this approaching snow storm. They were very confident in their models, maps and all. We were in the 2" - 4" range, with 6" - 10" just north of us. It was supposed to start in the early a.m., with the heaviest snow starting around 6 a.m. Right now (its 8:30 a.m.) there is no snow on the ground. A few light flurries around, but nothing to brag about. Looking at the radar, it doesn't look like we'll get much more than a dusting.
I wonder what happened to that storm?