Glad I’m on the sidelines for this one

Water vapor imagery of the gigantic Midwest snowstorm, via NOAA.

Water vapor imagery of the gigantic Midwest snowstorm, via NOAA.

I don’t like to sit on the sidelines of very many weather phenomena. The Midwest winter storm is a major exception. With snowfall totals in excess of 20″ in spots forecasted (looking on track if that water vapor imagery is any indication), I’ll be glad to avoid it. Its trailing front will swing through the Lowcountry, but will bring us showers and some occasionally gusty winds instead of a blizzard. Good luck to everybody who will be affected by the storm.

3 thoughts on “Glad I’m on the sidelines for this one

  1. Gregory Pittman

    If the ice hadn’t been such a nuisance a few weeks ago, I might be disappointed this one will miss us. But, like you, I’ll watch it from afar this time.

  2. Cheryl Hanson

    The storms are coming fast and furious this winter, and it makes me happy to be at home. The latest weather system to hit the country, got us in Minneapolis, and it is a tricky thing. I think the best thing about the weather is, you can locally make a difference by accurate weather devices and stations.

  3. Cheryl Hanson

    The storms are coming fast and furious this winter, and it makes me happy to be at home. The latest weather system to hit the country, got us in Minneapolis, and it is a tricky thing. I think the best thing about the weather is, you can locally make a difference by accurate weather devices and stations.

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