December 26, 2008

Weatherblogging

Just once, I'd like a day where the weather is normal this winter.  Three heavy snowfalls, three days where the high barely broke zero, dangerous windchills, and now?  It's going to be 50 on Saturday.  Sounds nice, except A) we're supposed to have thunderstorms, and B) it's going to drop below freezing Saturday night.

Oh, and did I mention the fog?  Cold snow + warm air temps = heavy, heavy fog.  Driving home from my folks' place tonight was... exciting, in an unpleasant way.  At one point, I had one eye on the yellow line to my left and the other eye on the faint pair of brakelights a handful of car-lengths ahead of me.  30mph was the top speed I reached.

So, yeah, I'd like a nice, normal sort of winter day: high 20s, partly cloudy, maybe a flurry... that'd be nice. 

UPDATE 12/27/08 @ 1016am:

The view from my balcony Saturday morning.

Posted by: Wonderduck at 10:50 PM | Comments (2) | Add Comment
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1 Like me, you live in Illinois.  You ought to know by now that for Illinois--particularly northern Illinois--this IS normal winter weather.

Yes, it sucks.

Posted by: Ed Hering at December 27, 2008 06:26 AM (is6G2)

2 Yeah, I know.  That doesn't mean I can't dream, right?

Posted by: Wonderduck at December 27, 2008 08:12 AM (sh9fy)

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