‘Sunday Drive in Winter’
courtesy of ‘macmoov’
The weather outside is about to become quite frightful, so it’s time to stock up on some fire wood if you haven’t already.
WTOP reports that a developing storm could bring up to 10 inches of the soft powdery cold stuff on Saturday.
Sounds to me like a perfect excuse to get those sleds out of storage and hit the hillside.
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The Capital Weather Gang says the most likely result of this storm is less than an inch…
So don’t get me all ‘cited for 10″.
Bah humbug! That is the most disappointing thing I’ve heard all day.
If you’re closely listening to ANY (local) forecaster within 48 hours of a suspected storm, just turn your tv/radio off. When it comes to actual snowfall amounts, they’re usually only right when it’s about a day or two AFTER the storm, and they’re recapping what happened. :)
Here’s my weather report – “Snow, sometime soon, anywhere from a dusting to a foot, forecasted for the DC, Maryland, and VA area.”
As of 2:20 today, Capital Weather Gang had changed their tune to 6-12 inches. (Which they acknowledge still has plenty of time to change.)