Weird Weather

13 02 2008

 Winter in Alabama is weird:

For a moment there, I though spring was coming early. The temperatures had risen, and I was jogging in short sleeves again. Some pretty powerful, spring-like storms — complete with tornadoes — have blown through over the last couple of weeks. Just last night I took my son James out for a happy meal. The temperatures were in the upper 60’s or lower 70’s with a thunderstorm. This morning I get up, and during my commute to work the temperature is in the twenties and it’s snowing! It’s like going from April to January in a span of just a few hours!

Time to build a fire and make some s’mores!

 

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32 responses

14 02 2008
sonyamsipes

As it goes much the same here in Texas.

3 weeks at 33 degrees… 3 days at 84 degrees… back to 40’s again.

Today I think we had a low of 33 and a high of 62 or something like that. Now it’s 40 something again.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

From what I’ve been hearing from others around the country (and others), it sounds like everyone has had their fair share of weird — and COLD — weather this winter. During January, it snowed in Baghdad for the first time in a century. For many in the city, it was the first time in their lives they had seen snow.

15 02 2008
sonyamsipes

Remember that story we read in highschool (i am assuming that you probably read it soo) though I cannot remember the title.. about the place where people lived and it was never sunny… then on the one day in like a century that the sun was going to come out, some girl got picked on, and they locked her up in a shed so she couldn’t witness the sun?

Makes me think this whole Baghdad/snow thing might have a story in it somewhere.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

There’s definitely a story there, somewhere. Especially concerning the news stories published about Iraqis claiming the snow to be a sign of peace to come.

14 02 2008
sonyamsipes

As it goes much the same here in Texas.

3 weeks at 33 degrees… 3 days at 84 degrees… back to 40’s again.

Today I think we had a low of 33 and a high of 62 or something like that. Now it’s 40 something again.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

From what I’ve been hearing from others around the country (and others), it sounds like everyone has had their fair share of weird — and COLD — weather this winter. During January, it snowed in Baghdad for the first time in a century. For many in the city, it was the first time in their lives they had seen snow.

15 02 2008
sonyamsipes

Remember that story we read in highschool (i am assuming that you probably read it soo) though I cannot remember the title.. about the place where people lived and it was never sunny… then on the one day in like a century that the sun was going to come out, some girl got picked on, and they locked her up in a shed so she couldn’t witness the sun?

Makes me think this whole Baghdad/snow thing might have a story in it somewhere.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

There’s definitely a story there, somewhere. Especially concerning the news stories published about Iraqis claiming the snow to be a sign of peace to come.

14 02 2008
sonyamsipes

As it goes much the same here in Texas.

3 weeks at 33 degrees… 3 days at 84 degrees… back to 40’s again.

Today I think we had a low of 33 and a high of 62 or something like that. Now it’s 40 something again.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

From what I’ve been hearing from others around the country (and others), it sounds like everyone has had their fair share of weird — and COLD — weather this winter. During January, it snowed in Baghdad for the first time in a century. For many in the city, it was the first time in their lives they had seen snow.

15 02 2008
sonyamsipes

Remember that story we read in highschool (i am assuming that you probably read it soo) though I cannot remember the title.. about the place where people lived and it was never sunny… then on the one day in like a century that the sun was going to come out, some girl got picked on, and they locked her up in a shed so she couldn’t witness the sun?

Makes me think this whole Baghdad/snow thing might have a story in it somewhere.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

There’s definitely a story there, somewhere. Especially concerning the news stories published about Iraqis claiming the snow to be a sign of peace to come.

14 02 2008
sonyamsipes

As it goes much the same here in Texas.

3 weeks at 33 degrees… 3 days at 84 degrees… back to 40’s again.

Today I think we had a low of 33 and a high of 62 or something like that. Now it’s 40 something again.

14 02 2008
sonyamsipes

As it goes much the same here in Texas.

3 weeks at 33 degrees… 3 days at 84 degrees… back to 40’s again.

Today I think we had a low of 33 and a high of 62 or something like that. Now it’s 40 something again.

14 02 2008
sonyamsipes

As it goes much the same here in Texas.

3 weeks at 33 degrees… 3 days at 84 degrees… back to 40’s again.

Today I think we had a low of 33 and a high of 62 or something like that. Now it’s 40 something again.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

From what I’ve been hearing from others around the country (and others), it sounds like everyone has had their fair share of weird — and COLD — weather this winter. During January, it snowed in Baghdad for the first time in a century. For many in the city, it was the first time in their lives they had seen snow.

15 02 2008
sonyamsipes

Remember that story we read in highschool (i am assuming that you probably read it soo) though I cannot remember the title.. about the place where people lived and it was never sunny… then on the one day in like a century that the sun was going to come out, some girl got picked on, and they locked her up in a shed so she couldn’t witness the sun?

Makes me think this whole Baghdad/snow thing might have a story in it somewhere.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

There’s definitely a story there, somewhere. Especially concerning the news stories published about Iraqis claiming the snow to be a sign of peace to come.

14 02 2008
sonyamsipes

As it goes much the same here in Texas.

3 weeks at 33 degrees… 3 days at 84 degrees… back to 40’s again.

Today I think we had a low of 33 and a high of 62 or something like that. Now it’s 40 something again.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

From what I’ve been hearing from others around the country (and others), it sounds like everyone has had their fair share of weird — and COLD — weather this winter. During January, it snowed in Baghdad for the first time in a century. For many in the city, it was the first time in their lives they had seen snow.

15 02 2008
sonyamsipes

Remember that story we read in highschool (i am assuming that you probably read it soo) though I cannot remember the title.. about the place where people lived and it was never sunny… then on the one day in like a century that the sun was going to come out, some girl got picked on, and they locked her up in a shed so she couldn’t witness the sun?

Makes me think this whole Baghdad/snow thing might have a story in it somewhere.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

There’s definitely a story there, somewhere. Especially concerning the news stories published about Iraqis claiming the snow to be a sign of peace to come.

14 02 2008
sonyamsipes

As it goes much the same here in Texas.
3 weeks at 33 degrees… 3 days at 84 degrees… back to 40’s again.
Today I think we had a low of 33 and a high of 62 or something like that. Now it’s 40 something again.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

From what I’ve been hearing from others around the country (and others), it sounds like everyone has had their fair share of weird — and COLD — weather this winter. During January, it snowed in Baghdad for the first time in a century. For many in the city, it was the first time in their lives they had seen snow.

15 02 2008
sonyamsipes

Remember that story we read in highschool (i am assuming that you probably read it soo) though I cannot remember the title.. about the place where people lived and it was never sunny… then on the one day in like a century that the sun was going to come out, some girl got picked on, and they locked her up in a shed so she couldn’t witness the sun?
Makes me think this whole Baghdad/snow thing might have a story in it somewhere.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

There’s definitely a story there, somewhere. Especially concerning the news stories published about Iraqis claiming the snow to be a sign of peace to come.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

From what I’ve been hearing from others around the country (and others), it sounds like everyone has had their fair share of weird — and COLD — weather this winter. During January, it snowed in Baghdad for the first time in a century. For many in the city, it was the first time in their lives they had seen snow.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

From what I’ve been hearing from others around the country (and others), it sounds like everyone has had their fair share of weird — and COLD — weather this winter. During January, it snowed in Baghdad for the first time in a century. For many in the city, it was the first time in their lives they had seen snow.

15 02 2008
sonyamsipes

Remember that story we read in highschool (i am assuming that you probably read it soo) though I cannot remember the title.. about the place where people lived and it was never sunny… then on the one day in like a century that the sun was going to come out, some girl got picked on, and they locked her up in a shed so she couldn’t witness the sun?

Makes me think this whole Baghdad/snow thing might have a story in it somewhere.

15 02 2008
sonyamsipes

Remember that story we read in highschool (i am assuming that you probably read it soo) though I cannot remember the title.. about the place where people lived and it was never sunny… then on the one day in like a century that the sun was going to come out, some girl got picked on, and they locked her up in a shed so she couldn’t witness the sun?

Makes me think this whole Baghdad/snow thing might have a story in it somewhere.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

There’s definitely a story there, somewhere. Especially concerning the news stories published about Iraqis claiming the snow to be a sign of peace to come.

15 02 2008
southernweirdo

There’s definitely a story there, somewhere. Especially concerning the news stories published about Iraqis claiming the snow to be a sign of peace to come.

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