Monday, April 22, 2013

Well, That's It: We Have Run Out of Alphabet -- Winter Storm Zeus

Updates

Later, 4:00 pm, Wyoming's Trib.com is reporting
Wyoming's snowpack is now back to where it should be this time of year.
The federal Natural Resources Conservation Service's latest report released Monday puts the statewide average at 100 percent of normal.
The story goes on to say that two weeks ago, the snow pack was 77 percent of normal. It continues to snow today. 

I still think of those unfortunate children back in 2000 who were told their children would grow up without knowing what snow was.

Original Post

The Weather Channel reports: winter storm Zeus postpones spring.

Denver, through South Dakota, along the I-90 corridor, to Minneapolis and Michigan.

And that's it. Twenty-six letters, twenty-six storms.

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