Monday, October 03, 2011

Winter Wonderland in October?!



Snow is arriving in the East, and some of the folks that live in the Northeast aren't that excited about it. This coming from Accu Weather.

Parts of the Appalachians looked like a winter wonderland during the few two days of October with snow and gusty winds howling.

Elevations of 3,000 to 3,500 feet in West Virginia got 1-3 inches of snow Saturday night into Sunday morning. Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia picked up nearly 4 inches of snow through Sunday afternoon!

Other snow totals across the Appalachians include: 1 inch in Ebensburg, Pa., 1.2 inches in Philipsburg, Pa., and 0.7 inches at Laurel Summit, Pa.

More snow will continue through this evening at the highest elevations, but little additional accumulations are expected with the ground still remaining warm this time of year.

Snow also whitened some mountains all the way down to North Carolina late on Friday and early on Saturday morning.

Ski enthusiasts rejoiced about the snow on the Snowshoe Ski Resort Facebook Page.

However, other Northeasterners are not too excited to hear the "s" word so early in the season....


Seems I can hear our Father saying, "Be still, and know, that I Am God."

xtnyoda, shalomed

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