What's up with all these blizzards?

>> Tuesday, March 2, 2010

A light dusting on the ground is considered a blizzard here in Alabama. We have much more than a light dusting now, so the blizzard has probably been here for hours. And it is still coming down. I'm sure we have seen more snow this winter than the past five years combined.

In Alabama snow doesn't mean the same thing as it does in the northern states. Our state goes into complete panic mode when the "s" word is mentioned. Panic mode means the grocery stores are wiped out clean. If we are expecting more than half an inch, eggs, milk, and bread will not be found in any stores. Panic mode also means the kids get to stay home from school, even if there is no snow or ice on the roads. Frost bite sets in quicker in Alabama than anywhere else so we can't take the chance of the kids having to walk from their house to the bus through the snow. *Yes, that was sarcasm.*

It is Tuesday and there is a blizzard today. This past Sunday we had to turn on the air conditioner in the car. This weekend the high is 67 degrees. Gotta love this unpredictable Alabama weather.
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3 comments:

Tiffany @ Lattes And Life March 2, 2010 at 12:27 PM  

I feel ya. There was snow about 30 minutes north of me. In SE GEORGIA! And I'm 10 minutes from the FL state line!!! Insanity. I'm starting to worry about Hurricane Season this year...

Cassie March 3, 2010 at 8:57 AM  

We haven't had a single blizzard all winter and we usually get at least 2 of them. I'm shocked!

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