Discussion in 'Weather' started by Buzz Mills, Feb 25, 2006.
Hubby has some family stranded, but everyone is safe!
It snowed in Tallahassee three days ago - not surprising considering the deep-freeze the eastern seaboard has had
Its snowing in Tallahassee for the first time in three decades
And it has been in the 30's Fahrenheit in the mornings all this past week. Did not have the luxury of bicycling to work, had to drive.
It's starting to warm up slowly though, was in the 50's today.
Where is the thread for NC? I just nearly dropped dead from digging 13 inches of snow and wanted to vent. I am older and small and there are many young men here,not one offered to help us older ladies to dig out.I bought a shovel and snow broom,ski pants and boots in prep for this,I had a mop last year.
Southeast States AL, LA, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC, TN, - Weather Discussion
School is out here in NE Tennessee! In Greeneville, there are only a couple inches and the roads look ok. But the temperature is dropping fast. Our low tonight is 11 and the high tomorrow is 26. Not our typical cold.
Central Florida, getting the tippy tail of the cold- for us.
Chilly nights and cool days- Thank goodness the wind is gone.
'Supposed to be 10 degrees with -10 windchill when I head to my dental appt in the morning.... my teeth may be numb before I even arrive.
Significant weather alert day for the South! It’s already going strong in TX and expected to strengthen as it moves east throughout the day. Please be careful, everyone!
yeah, just saw news footage of tornado damage near outskirts of Dallas.
Stay safe everyone as the storms move East and Northeast today towards Missouri, Louisiana, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Illinois, Indiana, etc.
Thinking of all my friends who may be in the bad weather areas. Our weather reports do not look good for many of you. Please be safe.
Death toll rises to 8 as tornadoes, storms cut swath of destruction through much of nation
Hi folks.....just saying hello to friends in southern Louisiana. Lots of flooding in parts of New Orleans. People out in their kayaks. Flooded cars and homes and businesses in some areas. WWL and WDSU covering the news.
POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE TWO
Some worry now about the height of the river.....the Mississippi, that is......
May go up as high as 20 feet in the next few days, and, as I understand it, that
is the limit of safety for the river and levees. Looking for link as that was just discussed on WDSU.
New Orleans News, Weather and Sports - Louisiana News - WDSU Channel 6
Want to see what we do in southern Louisiana when the Mississippi River gets high and stresses the levees......we open the Bonnet Carre spillway and let water flow into Lake Pontchartrain. You are looking at the river at the top of the picture and the spillway and lake pontchartrain at the middle and bottom of the picture.
'Blind' swarms, algae blooms in Louisiana's 'uncharted' territory: Inside true costs of Bonnet Carre
Thread for Tropical Storm Barry (now up to 65 MPH).
92L- Barry July 2019
Thread for Hurricane Dorian: Hurricane Dorian - August/September 2019