Weather update

So far, we’ve had eight inches of snow, which officially makes this the largest snowstorm to hit our town in 20 years. Measuring the snowfall can’t be easy—some parts of our yard are bare, and some are covered in 24 inch drifts.

Schools and campuses—and again, the state government—are all closed tomorrow. Bryan’s company is closed until noon.

Hopefully, the snow will stop overnight, and crews will be begin clearing by morning. At that point, though, temperatures will fall to Wisconsin-like levels. That, coupled with very Kansas-like winds, could mean another couple days of very wintery weather.

Stay safe!

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by jsmith425 on February 1, 2011 at 9:19 pm

    It’s terrible here. Very cold and brutal. However, I feel lucky. Was talking to a customer in MN and it’s doubly cold there.

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