Friday, February 25, 2011

Rare Occurance

As I live in sunny California (Where it's always 72 and sunny) it is rare to have extreme weather.
 Granted I live near San Francisco, I put on a sweatshirt to go to the beach, but the unique climate makes it so our winters are generally pretty mild and our summers are warm,but not too hot, and rarely sticky.
That being said, the local weather casters are predicting the possibility of SNOW tonight around the Bay Area.  SNOW!!!  AT SEA LEVEL!!!  This California girl is VERY excited, though, I'm sick so I probably will sleep right through it. (Aided considerably, I'm sure by Ny-Quill)

Don't get me wrong, snow around here is not unheard of, but it usually limits itself to around 2000 feet, the local high elevations get an inch or so generally every year, but the last time it snowed at sea level here was 1978, my mom was in college.  This is a BIG DEAL.

However, if it does snow, the snow most likely won't stick, it hasn't been cold enough for that, and it probably will be less than an inch.  Still I'm excited.  I may have to drag my sad, sick butt out of bed at some unholy hour of the morn,but it will totally be worth it.

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