That seems pretty passive aggressive.
columbia wrote:Because I had just commented on it seeming early to have flurries.
Troy Loney wrote:OutofFoil wrote:Bioshock wrote:OutofFoil wrote:I'm skipping winter this year. Moved here in July, was in the 70's for highs, mid 40's for lows, now it's high 70's, low 80's for highs and mid 50's for lows. I'm gonna like no winter this year.
Uhh... What's South Africa like? And why did you move there?
Wouldn't that be a little of a culture shock compared to Pittsburgh?
Without writing a novel, it's very different and there was quite a bit of culture shock. I moved here for work and should be back in March at the latest. Just a short term assignment. There are many very cool things about being here, such as going on safari, going to an animal reserve that my wife volunteers at and playing with baby lions and tigers, the food, and the fact that 1 USD = 10 South African Rand is nice... There are also many not so good things, such as living behind walls topped by electric/razor wire fence, bars on the windows, and having to be constantly on guard. Oh and crazy drivers, the freeway is 7 lanes in each direction and is pure madness. All in all it's a good experience, nice to visit, but will be glad to leave.
I just read Disgrace by Coetzee. That took place in Cape Town (is that a real place?), I never want to go there.
mac5155 wrote:sniping as in sniper rifles?
meow wrote:columbia wrote:My sources indicate that it's sleeting in Erie.
A little early this year?
Your source is exaggerating. It's a very cold rain, but not sleeting.
FreeCandy44 wrote:Letang Is The Truth wrote:picksburgh will have flurries very late tonight
Got your milk, bread, and tp stocked up?
Factorial wrote:Nice photo. Is Crawford County weather follow that of Erie (the lake effect)?
shafnutz05 wrote:Factorial wrote:Nice photo. Is Crawford County weather follow that of Erie (the lake effect)?
A lot of times, the lake effect snow can be heavier further inland because the hills cool the air even further, which helps to create more moisture. So you can have minimal snowfall amounts right on the coast of Lake Erie and heavy amounts 30-40 miles inland
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