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herefishy 12-16-2007 06:21 AM

Thunder, Lightning and ...............Snow
 
We are under a winter snow and weather advisory until Monday AM. We have had this advisory since late Friday PM. While on the forum Saturday night/Sunday morning, I looked outside of the window. It was almost a white out. Then I saw this bright flash followed by a HUGE clap of thunder. I almost soiled my laundry. Must be the effects of global warming, huh?

MegK 12-16-2007 07:36 AM

same here but no thunder and lightening, snow and wind, and snow.


seems pretty natural for me... last year it didnt snow here until January now that is global warming!

Falina 12-16-2007 01:41 PM

We tend to go in more for rain than snow, though through Dec - Feb snow is quite common. Only had one incident of snow so far this year a week or 2 back.

I don't remember having a combination of all three before. Smow and wing yes, thunder, lightening and rain, yes, but never snow with thunder and lightening. Sounds good. I love being all warm and inside when the weather is disgusting outside. :)

herefishy 12-16-2007 06:51 PM

UPDATE

Well, it's Sunday PM. The snow stopped a few hours ago. We are now experiencing 30mph winds with 40mph gusts. We've made it through the worst, I believe. Power stayed on although the lights did flicker a couple of times. It looks like there may be about 8"-10" on the ground. I can't really tell because of the drifting.

Hannah, our Boston Terrier pup, has a hard time navigating outside. She is only about 9" tall. Watching her try to fine a place to do her duty is kind of comical. She fell through a 24" drift and just about spazzed out. I had to rescue her. Didn't have any rum, though. Momma finished the last of that last night drinking Pina Coladas.

I was out a little while ago, needed to get a paper. Besides, I wanted to see what the conditions were like on the outside. Road crews have done a very good job and the main highways. The side streets, wel, that is a different story. Crews will probably get the butts handed to them overnight. No traffic to help keep the roads clear.

Well, I'll update in the morning. I must say that I'm glad I don't live in the Northeast. I hear they may have gotten it worse than us in the Great Lakes area. It sure does seem like we have had a lot of extreme weather around lately, rains in the Northwest, ice across the Plains............

fish_4_all 12-17-2007 12:30 AM

Global warming huh, must be why my wardrobe has gotton twice as thick as it was a couple years ago. Maybe I need to move south.

Maybe we can swap storms next year. :shock:

MegK 12-17-2007 06:18 AM

mmm snow day today! no school! hurray!


i love storms<3

Lupin 12-17-2007 06:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MegK
mmm snow day today! no school! hurray!


i love storms<3

:squint: You sure are strange, Meg.:bluelaugh: :wink2:

As long as they don't cause power outages, feel free to like them.:brow:

Mirta 12-18-2007 10:46 AM

We have no snow, no rain, no wind, nothing. It is only dark all day long, and unbearably dark in the mornings and in the evenings.

We have heard about the terrible snow storms in America. :shock:

Mike 12-18-2007 12:40 PM

Glad to hear you made it through the storm alright, herefishy!

Mirta, I was going to ask where you are from, but then I remembered I could just click the Phoogle Map link beneath your post. How long before the darkness you described ends?

willow 12-18-2007 01:43 PM

glad to see you are getting on o with the weather,
stay warm and safe.


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