Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Round two

Point of yellow arrow is pointing to Rick and Jilda's house.
We dodged the snowbullet last night. I heard sleet tapping the roof so I expected the worse around midnight when I got up to check, but as it turns out it wasn't that bad.
This morning I discovered we had a little freezing rain and some snow which made navigating our deck touch and go, but otherwise we were unscathed.
But the weatherman says we're not out of the woods yet.
An old cold rain is moving in later tonight, and tomorrow. The temps will drop steadily all morning and by midday there's another opportunity for us to have snow and freezing rain.
This radar projection is showing where the line is between freezing rain and snow. The green area is just rain. The yellow arrow is pointing to our house.
On a up note, I shot this photo this morning on our daily walk.


  1. Hopefully it will lessen for everyone... I'm not looking forward to anymore here ....

    Have a great rest of the week ;-)

  2. Looks like you all are just on the edge of the storm system....and that could be a very good thing for you.
    Hugs to you both.
    Prayers for a wonderful week!

  3. I have a dear old friend in Anniston. Hoe it goes OK for both of you. I have a day of blue skies and sunshine ahead of me. Hooray.

  4. Dear Rick, last evening on the NBC national news, the meteorologist said that this rain/snow/ice storm that was beginning in Texas and sweeping a wide swath over the south and up the Atlantic Coast was "catastrophic." I surely hope that the arrow isn't pointing to your house! Peace.

  5. I don't know what Old Man Winter did to tick off Mother Nature, but I wish they would come to a truce for crying out loud! I hope you and Jilda are safe and warm and the nasty cold blast is over soon. We've had sun but the temps are super cold! I think we're in for a warm up to about 30de soon. I'm keep my frost-bite fingers crossed!

  6. This has definitely been a winter to remember. My son in Charlotte, NC, posted pictures of the snow. He thought he moved away from the snow!


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