Well, it looks like they blew it today. The weather forecasters were all prognosticating 6 to 12 inches of snow from today's storm and we got about 3 to 4 instead. I am not complaining that we got the small accumulation today. It did cause quite a stir around the office about how the weather people like to put the fear of God into people over a snowfall in the winter.
Well, it looks like round two is headed our way with the potential of a foot of snow being dumped on us. I thought the crews did a great job of removing the last snowfall and they are now gearing up for this next challenge.
It's snowstorms like we just got that remind me of my youth growing up in Upstate New York off of Lake Ontario. We would get snows like this all the time and we would still go to school. No I didn't have to walk ten miles uphill either.
So here it is a major snowstorm in February. Heavy snow is falling, the wind is blowing the snow and viability is down to less than a city block in places and there are people out driving in this stuff without their headlights on.
It is hard to believe, but it was two years ago today that one of the biggest snowfalls to hit the area began. A wintry mix of snow and sleet spread into central Missouri near daybreak on Tuesday, February 1st, 2011
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