Friday, October 13, 2006

Winter Preview

Last night the temperature dropped to 33.6 in Vinemont. This was the coldest morning so far this season. In fact it was our first morning below 30. Snow was reported all over the upper Midwest and Buffalo reported over two feet. It was unusual, not only because it was this early in the season, but it was a heavy wet snow that was accompanied by thunder and lightning. It was the snowiest October day in Buffalo since weather records have been kept dating back to 1870. Wind gusts were reported over 50 mph and the barometric pressure was 28.80. Global cooling?

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