Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Snow Globe

All images courtesy of wunderground.com

A cold high pressure sliding down from the arctic, moisture pulling up from the gulf, a weaker jet stream (than last weekend's storm) that is just north of NYC, and it does seem we are on target for a good snowstorm tonight and tomorrow. People were talking up the last storm, but I usually pay little attention when there's lots of weather hyperbole. This storm, however, should deliver. I won't hazard a guess as to how much NYC will get.  For those who hear at the office or in the warehouse, "global warming, ha - look at all this snow," Meteorologist Jeff Masters has a blog post explaining why we can have more snowstorms with a warming globe.

In the mean time, my plants are saying, "local warming." These growth tips have been up for about a week or so. They are near the building and in the sun, so tend to come up early. I'm pretty sure they are narcissus and am pretty sure they are a harbinger of spring no matter how much snow we get tomorrow.


  1. I am so jealous.

    Me likey snow.

  2. how could you?! Climbing in mountains, seeing flowers, and watching out for sharks in the deep blue sea?

    But it is nice, the snow- and I get a snow day!

    I'm thinking of a trip to the BBG for some Japanese garden photos.


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