Monday, November 17, 2008

lake effect.

Snow.

16 comments:

West, By God said...

hah hah.

Robb Allen said...

Snow? I think I've heard about that before.

Sounds dreadful. Like something that requires long sleeve shirts to observe.

alan said...

Sounds like a day for Chili.

Lydia said...

it's mid 60's and blue skies out here.

Mike W. said...

I'm not jealous.

Oldsmoblogger said...

fwump.

(The sound of snow falling from a pine bough, usually onto my head.)

wai said...

I'm ready for it. Got my 4WD and ready to go play in the snow :)

lordjim said...

85 and sunny here!

excitedVulcan said...

Ah, yes. The Lake Erie effect snow. I've had the *ahem* pleasure to drive through that on I-90 many times. U.S. 2 also, when the ramp to I-90 east out of Cleveland was littered with cars. Fun.
Only 4" or so in Southeast MI this morn.

TexasFred said...

70° here, have the back door open, the patio is OH so nice tonight...

dr mac said...

Ocean effect....snow.

Don't lauph west, by god.
Santa Anna winds....fire.

And how was that hurricane, texas fred ?

No where is paradise.

SpeakDog said...

I feel your pain. I'm in the NW Chicago suburbs, and there's snow on our patio, even as I type this.

Sucks.

Old NFO said...

Keep it over there please... This is WAY too early for snow in DC!

PolyKahr said...

I remember lake effect snow all too well. Back in...let's see was it '77 or '78 we had a terrible blizzard. Trouble was it was also seemingly endless. I remember shoveling to get out of the driveway in the morning, and shoveling to get back in at night.
That was in Akron; I imagine Lake County was worse. So glad I'm not there now ha ha ha.

Regards,
PolyKahr

Willorith said...

Bright blue skies and highs in the 60's. Florida is nice sometimes.

Dave Zeman said...

I grew up in Manitowoc, right on Lake Michigan... I've heard of many a Lake Effect storm.

Dave