Yesterday the local weather man was warning those with allergies to beware
of the high pollen count. I can't remember all the trees which were the
major contributors however elm was one which I have yet to see in this area
and the rest were varieties I have seldom heard of let alone seen . I just
cannot figure it out, I wonder if its the same elsewhere ....mjh
Its raining here in Buford and was raining off and on the whole way home
from work in Roswell.
As for the pollen, my car isn't orange yet, so it must not be too bad :)
Yeah the weather man on Channel 2 in Houston cannot make up his mind. One
day he is scared of the mild temperatures, the next he talks about how cold
it is. He always refers to so many degrees above normal and the next day so
many degrees above normal. First off, in Houston it is normal to have a 30
degree difference in temperature from one day to the next. That is normal.
I wish he could figure out the difference between normal temperature and
10 years ago I suggestion to my son to either become a Weather Forecaster or
a Doctor. Low pressure jobs as no one expects them to get it right the
Here is Green Valley Lake we have about four feet of snow on the ground
and more coming down. I'm hoping for a gradual thaw to replenish the
aquifers and to give the few remaining doug firs a good drink. At least
the snow plow guy didn't berm me in. :-)
jo4hn (going to the big island in April)
Mike Hide wrote:
Denver - no snow on the ground. We need it bad. Today's projections have us
back in drought conditions. Reservoirs are low with no apparent relief in
Atlanta - thought it was all overrun with Kudzu by now. Didn't know anyone
was still living there.
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