Deploying the thermals…

I’ll let the Weather STAR 4000 Emulator tell the story on tomorrow’s weather in the Southeast.

Deep Freez(e)

Needless to say, the thermals are coming out tomorrow for my early-morning walk to campus. I may even modify my route so I don’t get blasted by the wind tunnel courtesy of Rutledge Tower. I would really love to grab a handheld anemometer and measure the wind in various locations around Charleston. (I would also like to get a handheld altimeter so when my friends ask me where I am, I could tell them a location as well as my altitude, but I digress.) Tomorrow will be the trifecta of rain, cold, and high wind — in other words, the weather I oh-so detest. Le sigh.

I hope everyone’s safe tomorrow driving, especially inland. Looks like this icing has a potential to be a real problem. We shall see.

2 thoughts on “Deploying the thermals…

  1. maneec

    Not even a drop (?) of ice in duck ditch. Not even on the US and SC flags out front (I find that flags freeze quickly..being thin and in the wind and all).

    Get a handheld GPS. It will tell you your altitude.

  2. maneec

    Not even a drop (?) of ice in duck ditch. Not even on the US and SC flags out front (I find that flags freeze quickly..being thin and in the wind and all).

    Get a handheld GPS. It will tell you your altitude.

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