Another Ma. Nature snow job

What it looked like for a while on Sunday.
What it looked like for a while on Sunday.

Large fluffy snowflakes fell in parts of Floyd County Sunday morning as what many saw as a prelude to another winter storm on Tuesday.

With low temperatures hovering about 20 degrees Monday morning and a projected high of about 45 in the afternoon before dipping down to 31 or so just before daybreak on Tuesday the forecast currently says a 90 percent of snow starting at 9 a.m. Tuesday and turning to rain at 1 p.m. and the thermometer rises above freezing shortly after noon and tops out at 36 before reversing itself into a low of of 15 at 6 a.m. Wednesday with a wind chill of -2 degrres.

In other words, five days into Spring, it will be cold…damn cold.

Then back into the 60s and 70s through Wednesday of next week.

Like many women, Mother Nature just can’t make up her mind.

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  1. “Like many women, Mother Nature just can’t make up her mind.” After reading this, all I can say, Doug, is if you think it’s chilly outside, wait till you see how chilly it can be when you get home!

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