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    It's April, why is there ice everywhere?

    [IMG]images/stor/tree_ice1.jpg[/IMG]

    (I hope that shows up well - we got freezing rain last night, turning to sleet, turning to snow)

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    welcome to the weird weather club. we got 4 inches of snow wednesday night. dorve to work on an ice sheet but it all melted by 2pm. but dang, we are suppsoe to be in spring. plus they are calling for snow again today too.

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    it's in the 80s in dallas. no snow in sight.

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    In New Jersey it's in the 50's and no snow but we have been getting rain and thunderstorms latley. But it is finally warming up

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    Over here in the Philippines, we're burning up with no end in sight. High 80s to low 90s.

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    It was 70 something yesterday till the cold front came through, now at 9:30 am its 40 today
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    Hmm, at 10am, Weather.com reported:

    29F
    Light Snow

    Feels Like 20F

    UV Index: 1 Minimal
    Dew Point: 25F
    Humidity: 82%
    Visibility: 5.0 miles
    Pressure: 29.90 inches and steady
    Wind: From the West Northwest at 9 mph

    And let's add this:

    Severe Weather Alert from the National Weather Service

    ...ALLEGAN-BARRY-CALHOUN-CLARE-CLINTON-EATON-GRATIOT-INGHAM-IONIA-ISABELLA-JACKSON-KALAMAZOO-KENT-LAKE-MASON-MECOSTA-MONTCALM-MUSKEGON-NEWAYGO-OCEANA-OSCEOLA-OTTAWA-VAN BUREN-INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...STANTON...ST. JOHNS...SOUTH HAVEN...NEWAYGO...MUSKEGON...M OUNT PLEASANT...LUDINGTON...LANSING ...KALAMAZOO...JACKSON...IONIA ...HOLLAND...HASTINGS...HART.. .GRAND RAPIDS...EVART...CLARE...CHARL OTTE...BIG RAPIDS...BATTLE CREEK...BALDWIN...ALMA...ALLEG AN AND HARTFORD355 AM EST SAT APR 5 2003
    ...A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY HAS BEEN EXTENDED THROUGH THIS MORNING...

    THE COMBINATION OF FREEZING DRIZZLE...SLEET AND SNOW WILL RESULT IN SLIPPERY DRIVING CONDITIONS THIS MORNING. UNTREATED SURFACES ARE LIKELY TO BE SLICK. IF YOU HAVE TRAVEL PLANS THROUGH THE ADVISORY AREA...ANTICIPATE WINTER LIKE DRIVING CONDITIONS...AND ALLOW EXTRA TIME TO REACH YOUR DESTINATION.

    STAY TUNED TO THE WEATHER CHANNEL AND WEATHER.COM FOR UPDATES

    Oh yeah, and this one, too:

    Severe Weather Alert from the National Weather Service

    ...FLOOD STATEMENTNATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS MI600 AM EST SAT APR 5 2003
    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN GRAND RAPIDS HAS ISSUED A

    * SMALL STREAM FLOOD ADVISORY FOR THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES

    INGHAM COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN ALLEGAN COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN EATON COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN BARRY COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN JACKSON COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN KALAMAZOO COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN CALHOUN COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL MICHIGAN VAN BUREN COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN

    * UNTIL 1130 AM EST

    * 2 TO 3 AND A HALF INCHES OF RAIN FELL SOUTH OF INTERSTATE 96 OVER THE LAST 48 HOURS... WITH MUCH OF THAT COMING DURING THE EVENING HOURS FRIDAY NIGHT. AS A RESULT...ELEVATED FLOWS HAVE BEEN RECORDED ON AREA SMALL STREAMS...CREEKS AND RIVERS.

    * NO ADDITIONAL RAINFALL IS EXPECTED TODAY. THEREFORE THE ELEVATED STREAM FLOWS WILL SUBSIDE LATER THIS MORNING AND ANY LOCALIZED FLOODING OF SMALL RIVERS...CREEKS AND STREAMS SHOULD CEASE.

    * AT 5 AM...A SPOTTER REPORTED THAT THE RABBIT RIVER IN ALLEGAN COUNTY AND MANY OF IT'S TRIBUTARIES HAD RISEN OUT OF THEIR BANKS.

    DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE INTO AREAS WHERE THE WATER COVERS THEROADWAY. THE WATER DEPTH MAY BE TOO GREAT TO ALLOW YOUR CAR TO CROSSSAFELY. VEHICLES CAUGHT IN RISING WATER SHOULD BE ABANDONED QUICKLY.

    STAY TUNED TO THE WEATHER CHANNEL AND WEATHER.COM FOR UPDATES....


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    Pretty much normal Utah weather, here. In the 70's then snow then 50's now snow/rain again today. Yup, normal April.

    (Gorgeous picture, John. That is one of my favorite type of winter scenes.)
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    Damn you people and your warm weather, it's been in the low 30's all week and we had some light snow

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    sorry, it's been beautiful here too

    That is a wonderful picture John
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