The same storm that brought snow to the mountains in California this past week will blanket portions of Wyoming, Colorado and South Dakota with up to 2 feet of snow this weekend.
The storm is producing plenty of cold air to deliver heavy snow or cause rain to change to snow this Mother's Day weekend.
Temperatures during the storm will average 20-30 degrees below normal with lows in the 20s and highs in the 30s.
not happening here, friggin 90 out ;)
It's fricken cold here today! It's been in the mid to lower 40's all day and we've had a lot of rain. It's going to be a cold ass spring and summer for us once again :(
Thankfully I got my flowers and landscaping done a couple of days ago when it was nice. I sure hope the cold doesn't kill them though. I need another nice day to get my vegetable garden started. Time is a ticking and mother nature is not permitting ;)
too fargin strange these weather patterns are now, your what?, 800 miles as the crow fly's??....alleged 90's all this week here they say...but who are they???.....mu-HaHaHaHaHa....
....and BAMM....20 seconds later we now have rain.....LMFAO...gone to close sunroof...lol
Ya, we have a temp of 77 at 8:30p ,90 tomorrow down here in the deep South.