a reply to: Flyingclaydisk
Well you know what they say, the times they are a changing. And to slow for my taste, about a few hundred years to slow about. But I am sure it
will pick up. Dont know were your at unless that NE stands for Nebraskans, as I dont know what abbreviations and slang kids use now a day for what,
its hard to tell what you mean by that.
But to complain so about a 75 mile winds, I suppose it may be not kosher, it would put a damper on things for sure. But here, in this part of
Washington. Last month just when I thought we would get no snow, it finally snowed, last year it was about a day and mostly melted by next morning.
This year it lasted on the ground, about 2 to 3 weeks and snowed for at least 3 days on and off constantly. Which is a record at this part of
Washington by far. I don't remember it getting that much in over 20 years, and not even then. In fact it may have snowed more in the past 3 weeks
then in the past 3 to 5 years put together.
Anyways here's hoping the weather will eventually get back to normal, I am sure everybody is missing those 500 mile winds, and everybody always does
miss those the ice ages when there gone, and at one time believe it or not on this spinning ball as we like to call it, those were the norm, and in
fact still likely are.
Ok more then likely. But hey, even places which saw little to no rain yearly are getting a bit more then average, even the so called driest place in
north America, may just be prove with time to be nothing more then false advertisement. Though in time everything is proven to be false
advertisement. Or more like temporary advertisement.
Anyways, what I am saying is that things for much of history, have had a tendency to always get bad for a time, before they get much much worse. And
eventually at some point they get better.
The driest place in North America.