Thursday, August 28, 2008

Rain Falls Apart Again, We May Have to Wait on Gustav

It was a beautiful start to the day in Rossville. The fog was quite thick in some areas. The old weather proverb says a red sky at night is a sailors delight and a red sky in the morning sailors take warning. But not in this pattern. Tune in at 5, 6, and 11 to find out why and I will have the latest track on Gustav and why it may be bad news for the Gulf Coast but good news for us bringing us our next best chance of significant rain! Oh yes!! I finally have finished all of the research for our winter outlook...will it be another 1977-78 when we had 56.5 inches of snow or will we pull a 1976 out of the bag with about 27 inches of snow on the way. So much to talk about, so little time, but I will have more on this here on the blog. Thanks for your patience. You know this snow lover does not take these forecasts lightly.

4 comments:

Brow said...

Its exciting to hear about snow.

Not that I wish for danger, but I want at least one day this winter where there is a snow emergency...in the morning...so that I don't have to go into work. :)

Last year, it always got bad while I was at work or in the middle of the night and stopped by morning.

Can't wait to start tracking the snow with you guys!

Anonymous said...

yuck! lol

Anonymous said...

I hope it is another 1978 year I love snow I would say as much as Mike.

Mike hurry up we want to know :) LOL!!!!!

Im with Brow Im ready to track BIG snow storms with you all!

Have a great day.

Justin in Lafayette.

Anonymous said...

Yes! The suspense is hard to bear!
Those late 70's, early 80's winters were amazing!