THE BIGGEST STORM OF RECORD FOR THE WASHINGTON DC AREA…

... WAS THE JANUARY 1922 KNICKERBOCKER STORM...28.0 INCHES OF SNOW WAS
PRODUCED FROM 3.02 INCHES OF LIQUID WATER. CURRENT FORECASTS FOR
THIS EVENT HAVE TOTAL LIQUID FALLING FROM THIS STORM APPROACHING 3
INCHES...WHICH ACCORDINGLY WOULD CREATE A SNOWFALL THAT WILL RIVAL
THE KNICKERBOCKER STORM TOTAL. GENERALLY ACROSS THE REGION...20 TO
30 INCHES OF SNOW WILL FALL BY SATURDAY EVENING.

THIS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS STORM IS EXPECTED TO PRODUCE RECORD SNOWFALL
FOR THE BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON DC METROPOLITAN AREAS. TRAVEL CONDITIONS
TONIGHT ACROSS THE REGION WILL BE EXTREMELY HAZARDOUS AND LIFE-THREATENING.
HELP YOUR LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT FIRST RESPONDERS AND TRANSPORTATION
AGENCIES BY STAYING OFF THE ROADS.

It started snowing here around 9:15 this morning and I’d better go out there and see if I can still find my snow shovel.Found it and since the path that Aaron had cleared for me the other day was now covered with new snow, I figured it would be a good time as any to clear it again.

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So far it looks like we already have two inches of fresh snow and the temperature is already down to 32 degrees. At this rate, I don’t think I’ll be going to Millers later this afternoon. By 9 PM the roads will be in a real mess and it’s not worth it to put myself or anyone else in danger. I already turned down a car chase in Front Royal this morning. LOL… there’s no way I’m driving anywhere NEAR the mountains in this weather.
By the way… I feel much better today. I was a real basket case yesterday. I did smoke one cigarette with Kenny a while ago. It was the most delicious smoke I’ve had in years….sigh
(Why is Windows Live Writer double spacing everything that I write??)

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~ by bktango on February 5, 2010.

7 Responses to “THE BIGGEST STORM OF RECORD FOR THE WASHINGTON DC AREA…”

  1. Sounds like you are in for a real dump this weekend. Hunker down and stay safe! BTW I had my last smoke 18 years ago. For a while I dreamed about it. The white knuckle moments do pass eventually so hang in there.

  2. So we're trading weather reports? Mostly cloudy, 58 degrees with a nice southerly wind. Dried laundry on the line today 😉

  3. Sue….Yeah, I'm dreaming about it and smoking right now. I've been to the toilet 4 times today. Go figure!Guy…can I come over??

  4. Good luck on quitting smoking. Hubby had a heart attack in July of 2007 and he had to quit. They prescribed him Chantix, and luckily it helped him. But it is expensive, even with insurance. I don't know if we save much money, because he substitutes gum for cigarettes now…ha. Hope you have a great weekend in spite of the snow, Sheila

  5. Sheila…thanks. Insurance will pay for Chantix? I remember they wouldn't pay for Zyban.

  6. stay safe and warm friend. keep puss close. mine wraps herself around my head at night when it is cold out. my very own cat hat 🙂

  7. selkie….lol. Cat hat! No worries…it's a new adventure. 🙂

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