May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963
Here it is, Saturday 6:00 pm, and it is 59 F, 15 C.
Steady rain and windy.
Where I live in Mass, we are warmer than a good chunk
of the country.
Back on Tuesday at this same time, the temps was in
the single digits. Talk about a big difference in
temperatures, and with the big dumping of snow that
we got a week ago, is just about all gone.
The first snow storm of 2014 arrived here in the early morning hours. It is supposed to last until late Friday morning. The coast of Massachusetts is supposed to get worst of the storm. As of 7:45 pm, which is the time I am writing this, the temperature is 2 F, -16 C. The wind chill factor is -11 F, -24 C.
Texas and other states got hit with snow.
Here in Massachusetts, its warm and wet.
Lots of rain, and some wind.
For some, traveling will be a bitch.
Others will just stay home and not have to worry about it.
As Eric Clapton would sing, “Let it rain.”
Remember: It’s still Autumn.
Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown, will now be a contributor on Fox News. He will debut tonight on Sean Hannity’s program.
Anybody excited about this? I’m not…
Some of the snow banks are 5-6 feet tall, drifts, and narrow streets.
Around two feet of snow has fallen, and it is still coming down. This photo was taken at 8:30 a.m.
Took these around 5:45 p.m., and the snow is coming down much harder. The last photo is a bit blurry, but I decided to post it.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has declared a state of emergency, due to the storm. He also issued an executive order banning vehicular traffic after 4 p.m. (2/8/13). Winds are supposed to be gusting as high as 70 mph, and also huge waves during high tide, later on in the day.
Took these mid-morning, and the snow does look nice, but the wind is making it feel like 16F.
Mitt Romney has a chat with this 63 gay Viet Nam War Veteran, and lets say it didn’t go to well for Romney.
The latest on Irene at The Boston Globe.