S&S Farms":1blig0r3 said:Winter is just starting to arrive. They are predicting 4-8 inches in my area and much more west of us. I love living in Kansas never a dull moment. Will post pics if it get real deep
3waycross":r54bri8y said:S&S Farms":r54bri8y said:Winter is just starting to arrive. They are predicting 4-8 inches in my area and much more west of us. I love living in Kansas never a dull moment. Will post pics if it get real deep
You oughta try living here. We haven't had any measurable precip since Dec and now close to a foot. Praise the Lord!
About 7 years ago we got 60 in of snow on May the 10th :shock: Yikes!!!!!!!!
sooknortex":3dontrb2 said:You guys quite braggin.
I got another .10 (YTD = .35 inch)(Since Oct 14, 2008 = .45 inch)
Now we wait for another chance on Thursday.
One day closer rain, I guess, is the way to look at it.
Brandonm22":3dontrb2 said:Here in my part of Alabama, this March has been all over the map we had our biggest snow fall since 1993 and we have had several days (some in a row) where it has rained all day (today may be in that category). We have had a 28 degree low and an 82 degree high. The dafodills have all bloomed and gone. I have mowed my grass twice and my yard still has 18 inch high fescue in it now.
It sounds like the same areas that just got thru with a blizzard are in for another one starting tonight... And after that the weather boys say the pattern looks like another storm following right along for the later part of next week :shock:westerndakota":d5u5x6qz said:Here in western ND,some places received 2' of snow last Monday.Before that there was weather in the 50's and flooding from the 80" of snow left from the winter.Sure nice to see the creeks and dams full of water though,should have a nice start to the growing season when it gets here.
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN BILLINGS HAS ISSUED A BLIZZARD WATCH... WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM SUNDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH MONDAY AFTERNOON.
10 TO 15 INCHES OF SNOWFALL WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS WILL BE POSSIBLE BY MONDAY. IN ADDITION TO THE SNOWFALL... STRONG NORTH TO NORTHEAST WINDS OF 30 TO 40 MPH WILL ALSO BE POSSIBLE. THE SNOW COMBINED WITH THE STRONG WINDS WILL CREATE BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW ALONG WITH VERY POOR VISIBILITIES. WHITEOUT CONDITIONS WILL ALSO BE POSSIBLE AT TIMES CREATING VERY HAZARDOUS TRAVEL. SNOW IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND BECOME HEAVY SUNDAY EVENING INTO MONDAY. WINDS WILL BE INCREASING SUNDAY NIGHT AND BY EARLY MONDAY MORNING VERY POOR VISIBILITY WITH RAPIDLY ACCUMULATING SNOW AND DRIFTING SNOW IS EXPECTED.