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288 days of no snow - to end this weekend"Cleveland's snowless stretch is longest in 85 years"http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2012/12/clevelands_snowless_stretch_is.htmlAnd a high wind advisory has just been issued for the are starting tomorrow afternoon through late night Friday morning
You put slicks on your road car?
The Weather Channel icon on my phone has turned from blue to red. I click on it and see, in addition to the wind advisory, we also have a Winter Storm Watch for Friday and Saturday for potentially 6-10 inches of snow. I hope it doesn't escalate to a warning. I have to drive a friend from the Cleveland Amtrak station at 5:30 a.m. to Ravenna in a rear-wheel-drive, 200-hp car with racing slicks. Anyone got a Range Rover I can borrow??
I was going to point out that we've had snow already, but apparently they don't count dustings.
Quote from: GCrites80s on December 19, 2012, 11:27:56 AMYou put slicks on your road car?"And now you know. And knowing is half the battle!"I can always count on GCrites to make an obscure 80's reference that takes me on the way back machine.
I'm afraid I'm not so shallow, and that I follow through on my promises.
Mmm-hmm. KJP, your forecast is "cloudy with not a chance in Hell."
San Francisco is also notorious for similar phenomona. If you know/follow a sufficient number of folks from the bay area your social networks will periodically explode over the subject.Betsy Kling reported a 35 degree difference in 2.5 miles from the lakefront to Cuyahoga County Airport.
Its goddamn beautiful outside. i even passed a dude playing the guitar to nobody in particular, so you know its getting to be that time of year.
What are the conservative latino voters so upset about?