But it is supposed to be overcast tomorrow. Friday a 40 percent chance of rain is forecast as the temperature plummets to 55 degrees. I'd like to see the rain.
Atlanta, Georgia, meanwhile, is in gridlock after an unusual snowstorm brought two inches of snow yesterday. TWO INCHES! When I lived in North Dakota we'd call that a snow SHOWER! People might drive a little bit slower but nothing else would change.
TWO INCHES of snow. Sheesh! Of course they did get ice after the snow. So the pictures on television this morning were of hundreds of cars and semi-trucks totally stopped on the freeways. People, the news pundits say, have been TRAPPED in their CARS for 24 hours and longer because no one can move.
A Home Depot store put up dozens of others who couldn't leave because of the STORM!
The National Guard is patrolling the highways, handing out bottled water and Meals Ready to Eat to the poor folks TRAPPED in their cars.
The news media is after the scalps of the Governor, the Mayor, the Police Chief, the head of street maintenance. Anyone in fact who let this TRAGEDY occur.
I moved to Arizona to escape all the snow and cold weather. But then I moved to a higher elevation in the state and we occasionally have snowstorms here. But even with 4, 5, 6 inches of snow on the ground, people just keep going or they stay home.
May my guardian angels protect me from ever going to Atlanta in the wintertime.