Winter’s Warning …

2 Oct

They said it was going to snow. This didn’t surprise us – or scare us – much. It’s common to have at least one snow in October. Winter’s Warning I call it. Then things go back to Fall – and often stay that way up until the end of November – or even later.

But … in keeping with modern weather trends … we didn’t just get snow. We got a blizzard. On the worst possible day – a Monday work day. There’s going to be a ton of accidents and misery. Because no matter how regular such an event might be here, people just never seem to be ready for it.

Have a look:

Better get out my snow shovel …

But along side all the other horrific events in this world lately,
I won’t trade you.

4 Responses to “Winter’s Warning …”

  1. Marilyn Armstrong October 2, 2017 at 3:31 pm #

    I sure hope it doesn’t travel THIS way! No one is even close to ready. It just stopped being HOT here a few days ago!

    • jcalberta October 2, 2017 at 7:23 pm #

      I shoveled the walk today. But we had a very hot summer – set records in some places. It’s a rude awakening after that!
      Well I hope you have some good Fall weather because I lived in the East for a while … and I know what winters can be out there.

  2. maui1 October 2, 2017 at 6:56 pm #

    It was a very snowy and windy morning today. These are great pictures of the snow storm and video on your post on the Fall Winter storm.

    Thanks

    • jcalberta October 2, 2017 at 7:24 pm #

      I thought I’d try my hand at making a little video of it. My camera is supposed to do that well. Looks OK doesn’t it?

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