Saturday, January 3, 2004

It's snowing right now. Salt Lake City and Ogden to the north got huge amounts from a big Christmas storm, but we only got around three inches. Last night and this morning alone, we've gotten at least four. I do like it when it snows, if it's gotta be winter and cold, we might as well have snow!

I also enjoy watching national weather advisories for our area. They change from hour to hour, including whatever is going on weather-wise to make the prediction seem more feasable. The day before yesterday, I checked and it said "winter weather and locally heavy snow increasing tonight and decreasing until noon ." It'didn't snow at all. Around noon the advisory called for snow in the afternoon and decreasing after midnight.

It actually started snowing at about 4:00pm. The advisory had changed when I checked it at around 8:00 pm to evening heavy snow decreasing after six am. Here's the official word right now,

...Snow Advisory Through Today...

The Snow Advisory continues in effect for the Sanpete and Sevier valleys and southwest and west central Utah through today. Snow will increase and become more widespread this morning and continue through the day today. Snow accumulations of 2-6 inches are expected with heaviest snow amounts expected along I-15 from Cedar City to Scipio.

Those traveling through the area today should be prepared for winter driving conditions

Hah. Like i said, it's snowing right now, and it'll snow until it stops. And I'm glad of that.

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