North Shore is getting 4-7 inches... I have it easy. I'll be homo erectus for sure. P-Town is getting NAILED! Like 2 feet. hohohoho.I didn't ask St Nick for anything. He knows though... Money, Mercedes, cute dude boyfriend, etc. etc. etc.
I was in my early 50s before I saw my first real-life snowflake. I was surprised because I'd always imagined snow to look like that creamy stuff on postcards. I had no idea it was little crystals.But then my parents lived to ripe old ages and never saw snow at all.It's not uncommon in some parts of Oz for a kid to be 4 years old or more before he sees his first rain.Quite the contrast to the Cape, yes?
Yup, Gary, quite the contrast to New England. We get blizzards in the winter and monsoons in the Spring/fall. Rains for a full week or two in May some years.
June of '09 we had rainfall every day for weeks.
I was there in June of '09 for that lovely rain every day. I saved for 6 months for my trip to the cape and the rain didn't stop until I was half-way back across NY. Turns out it was 90 and sunny in Michigan the whole time I was on the cape. Then when I got home..... rain.
STEW. . . did you get a rain check?[Justin ducks quickly. . . LOL ]Sounds like we owe you one!
As always, I enjoyed every minute of it the trip.However, I did stir up a little snow the other day and sent it off your way. You should be getting it about now.Enjoy !
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