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On February 21 nine inches of snow fell.  This is what that storm looked like.  Waiting on another one this afternoon.  I recently noticed that the weather channel is naming these winter storms.  Today's is called Rocky.

On February 21, nine inches of snow fell. This is what that storm looked like. Waiting on another one this afternoon. I recently noticed that the Weather Channel is naming these winter storms. Today’s is called Rocky. Nine to 12 more inches predicted.  

It's still February. Rain, ice pellets, sleet, snow. Severe thunderstorms predicted for tonight with snow in the forecast tomorrow. Must be Kansas.

I've begun posting again. I need something to help me through February! Looks like it's going to be a long one. Can you see Old Man Winter's face between the boots?

The contrast between the golden gate and the approaching storm caught my eye, and did it ever come in with a vengeance. I got drenched!

"Close bosom-friends of the maturing autumn sun," ala John Keats. Our landscape around here is o'er brimm'd with warm yellow wild flowers.

The magnificence of this sky reflects the oppressive heat it holds. I can't remember when I've experienced such dense heat. It was perfectly quiet and still before the cool front moved in from the northwest. It is always a thrill for me when I catch the clash of the cold and hot fronts as they race across the plains. This one produced so much lightning that the high school football game was called off.

Hurricane Hermine has been downgraded to a tropical depression and the remnants are headed our way according to Gary Lezak the most excited weatherman around. A storm the size of Texas? Gary has predicted that we will get rain on Thursday -- no doubt about it.

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