posted on Dec, 12 2012 @ 11:32 AM
The weather has been freaky, no doubt, and I think the weather forecasters are having a hard time coming up with a computer model that is accurate. I
suspect there is an "X" factor in play that they're not completely aware of....or not wanting to admit.
I have a funny feeling that, just as people get complacent about no snow, and very mild winter weather, they're going to get slammed hard with
oppressive amounts of snow, and extremely cold temperatures.
As far as Texas goes, yeah, we were abnormally warm, had no precipitation out here in west Texas for all of November, and where I live, just south and
west of the panhandle, we finally got some cold temps and a dusting of snow a few days ago. Just a dusting, though, not enough to make any difference
with the dusty fields which get stirred up everytime we have a front blow though. However, when it comes to Texas, the weather fluctuates so wildly
that you can be wearing shorts and a tank top with flip flops one day in December, and be freezing in a parka and snow boots the next. So we're used
to bipolar weather.
The jet stream appears to be in a summer pattern. The weather world-wide is topsy-turvy. Strange times ineed.