Thursday, September 26, 2019

Have a big dose of global warming

An unusually early and intense Arctic express will slam the Pacific Northwest this weekend.

The first day of fall may have just been on Monday, but winter is already well on its way to parts of the northern Rockies, where a potentially "historic" winter storm is setting up for this weekend.
The National Weather Service's prediction center said an upper low-pressure system dropping into the Pacific Northwest late Friday is forecast to bring what's expected to become a "significant and possibly historic" early-season snowstorm across portions of the northern Rockies.
Winter storm watches have been issued across portions of northwestern Montana, where one to three feet of snow and blizzard conditions are possible. The heaviest snow and most extreme conditions are forecast to occur on Saturday and Sunday across the region.


  1. Dang it, just put up my hammock and got my shorts out. Drat!

  2. It's still hot as bählz in North Alabama

  3. The ATL will endure another week of 90+ degrees. We have broken records for 90+ degree days this summer. The only saving grace is that there have not been any 100+ days.