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'Blizzard' Tuesday....

Pix from last night, yes I did my camera down. The light snow we were getting almost felt like soft sleet, if that makes sense.

Approaching snow sky color. No flash, no tomfoolery. Natural pix.

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This is how much snow we had then.

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Also had my cell with me, this was taken with that. Weird ass animal tracks across the driveway. Mr. google told me later they were possum tracks.

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Mail lady's foot prints. No more than a couple inches, right?

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A bench mark for snow levels.

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The back porch roof has snow on it, natch. But from this window the gutter looks 'open'! I did put calcium chloride ON the roof yesterday but I focused more on the gutter. I think I just open the window in here over the back porch and get some 'special salt' on the roof that way as I do NOT feel like climbing a ladder today!!

Real feel is 2 right now. And it's sort of spitting snow.

Ooooo, we have a SPECIAL WEATHER ALERT!! cut/paste

..AN AREA OF MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW WILL AFFECT NORTHWESTERN
PORTAGE...GEAUGA... CUYAHOGA...MEDINA...LAKE...NORTHERN
ASHLAND...SUMMIT...NORTHERN WAYNE AND SOUTHEASTERN LORAIN COUNTIES...

At 915 AM EDT, an area of moderate to heavy snow was located along a
line extending from near Chardon to near Brunswick to near West
Salem. Movement was slow to the east at 15 mph. Snow will continue
to slowly move eastward and could bring a quick inch to inch and a
half of accumulation through 11 AM EDT to some areas. Winds in
excess of 30 mph are possible with this area of snow and
visibilities could be as low as a half mile in some locations.

Locations impacted include...
Cleveland, Akron, Medina, Wooster, Ashland, Painesville, Willowick,
Chardon, Fairport Harbor, Parma, Lakewood, Cuyahoga Falls, Euclid,
Mentor, Cleveland Heights, Strongsville, Brunswick, North Royalton,
Kent and Barberton.

/cut paste and here's are updated Advisory cut/paste

..WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM EDT
WEDNESDAY...

* Accumulations/Timing...1 to 3 inches of additional snow through
this afternoon with an additional 2 to 4 inches of snow this
evening into Wednesday as lake-effect snow develops. Locally
higher amounts will be possible where lake-effect snow bands
persist.

/cut paste Okay this involves math. Say we have 2 inches now. Add 1 to 3, then 2 to 4. WHY DO THEY MAKE US DO MATH?!?!?!? Okay, highest total is 9. The least they could do is give us the lowest/highest totals. Some of us went to Kent State!

Will take pix/video if we get that heavy snow before 11!

Comments

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franklanguage
Mar. 14th, 2017 02:57 pm (UTC)
I don't get why they have to name all the storms now either; I tend to think it's because it adds drama to the weathercaster's job—and weather forecasting is for drama queens, right?
misstia
Mar. 14th, 2017 03:07 pm (UTC)
It appears to be so. Why just report on the weather, when you can embellish, create dramz, and appear as an overreacting oracle who is wrong more often than not. Just give the damn weather, no storm names, no overreaction, no hype. I guess in this day and age that is asking way too much!!
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