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I turned on my computer this morning to print off something for this morning’s Sunday School lesson (I would’ve printed it earlier if I’d thought of it). While I was on the computer, I checked the weather.
There’s a Winter Storm Warning out for our area. Here’s what it said:
AFTER SUNSET…A BAND OF SNOW SHOULD DEVELOP EAST OF THE MOUNTAINS MAINLY ALONG AND SOUTH OF INTERSTATE 85. SNOW COULD FALL AT THE RATE OF ONE INCH PER HOUR DURING THE EVENING ACROSS THE NORTH CAROLINA PIEDMONT. BEFORE THE SNOW TAPERS OFF FROM THE SOUTHWEST… AN ACCUMULATION OF 3 TO 6 INCHES IS EXPECTED ACROSS THE WARNING AREA.
For some reason, it totally cracks me up. Not a week ago, we were all outside in short sleeves. In fact, Stephen even started working on tilling up the garden. Not that we plan on planting just yet, but the tilling is a HUGE job and I can’t control the tiller enough to be of any help.
They’re calling for 3-6 inches of SNOW? HERE? That’s nuts! Maybe I shouldn’t have laughed so hard when my mom told me about all the snow they received in Michigan. And maybe, just maybe, I shouldn’t have bragged about how our flowers are starting to bloom. . .