A bit of a snore

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The past couple weeks haven’t exactly been a rip roaring time as far as weather goes. That’s probably something to be happy about I guess… really… but as my wife reminds me now and again, it would be nice to at least see a *little* snow this winter?

Sorry folks, it just doesn’t look like it’s going to happen. The best place to see snow this year is definitely *not* down here. I’d suggest Mt. Washington. I would not suggest Cypress Mountain. 😉

Mr. Anderson (haha) at Accuweather.com has posted his thoughts on what February will bring us. I thought I’d reproduce his temperature anomaly chart here. Basically, more of the same gardening weather for us.

Look at the flipflop in temperatures between the US South and Canadian North.

February Temp Chart

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