Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Winter Storm Warning

This one is for coastal Florida.

… Winter Storm Warning remains in effect from 6 am Tuesday to
6 am CST Wednesday…

* timing… patchy light freezing rain and sleet will be possible
early Tuesday morning with precipitation increasing in coverage and
intensity late morning into the evening hours on Tuesday.
Precipitation will transition to mostly snow along and north of a
Greenville to Leakesville line in the afternoon… with freezing
rain and sleet expected further south toward the Interstate 10
corridor. As colder air becomes deeper late Tuesday afternoon and
evening… a transition to more sleet and snow is expected along
the Interstate 10 corridor… with freezing rain and sleet occurring
all the way to the coast. Precipitation should gradually come to an
end by late Tuesday night.

Not exactly tank-tops and flip-flops weather in Pensacola.  Stay warm, Bryan.

4 barks and woofs on “Winter Storm Warning

  1. Poor babies. Our outside thermometer registered -10 this morning as I opened the blinds. I worry about the birds and how they can survive. We even have some robins who flew “south” from Minnesota or northern Michigan. Oops.

  2. You southern folk don’t have the equipment to handle snow and ice, which makes the bad weather even worse. Yes, here’s a modicum of sympathy from the Northland!

    • I apologize for the mean comment above. It’s no joke when roads are icy and blocked with snow, especially when people aren’t used to driving in winter conditions. Hopefully, there won’t be any accidents, injuries, or fatalities.

  3. Minus 23 this morning, and that’s without the windchill, and did I mention that there’s now a propane shortage, which represents the only means of heat for many of us here in the woods? We’re also worried about the woodland critters, although all we can really do it make sure the bird feeders stay stocked.

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