Wednesday, February 28, 2007

What the...

1:50 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:50 p.m.
Snow on February 28th???? ACK!

Just a word for those of you not from around here: there is NO SNOW in February in Seattle. Honest. In Seattle, no snow in February. Not at the beginning and not at the end. No. Snow. So, we must ask: WHAT THE...??? This is wrong on so many levels. I will venture a guess that by March 1st, early, it will be gone, but that doesn't change the wrong-ness of Seattle snow today. Wrong wrong wrong.

And wrong AGAIN!
This is 7:05 a.m. March 1st:

9 comments:

Denise said...

Wasn't the weather just wacky today? South of Tacoma we had snow, sun, more snow, sun, wind, rain, a 5-minute mini-blizzard with pellet snow, and then sun again.

I am *so* ready for spring!

Melinda said...

Why, god, why?

I'm so over this. Much as I enjoy wearing thick wool socks, I've had enough.

Elaine said...

It's 7:45am and I have at least 5 inches on the ground in Mountlake Terrace, just 10 blocks north of the King County line. I've never had a March snow-day before; it's time to grab my wheel and play!

loribird said...

Oh, I'm so jealous! We had snow on the ground, but it hasn't snowed here (Homer, Alaska) in weeks and weeks! It's been so dry, all the snow has become crunchy, icy, yuckiness...

The Mysterious K said...

North Seattle Report: 3.5 inches on the ground! Boo!

Teri said...

I live in SW Washington in the Cascade mountains. No tv and radio reception is poor so we get our news from XM Radio. It's entertaining to try and judge what our weather will be like based on the Seattle traffic report. For the record, we have about a foot of snow, easily.

Melanie said...

Vancouver BC report - same wacky weather here. My poor little snowdrops are covered with what looks like frozen mini hail stones.

I've had enough. I want to paint my toes and wear sandals.

Linda "K" said...

And the WEIRDER thing but SO classic for Seattle, was that when I went to Pill Hill for an appointment, the Doctor confessed to living on Queen Anne and said he didn't see a single flake up there all night and didn't even need to scrape ice off his car by the time he drove in at 8 a.m. B-zarre!

vanessa said...

but it's purty :-)