Vol XV #316 – Somewhere There’s Sunshine

Report #5426 Photo: LR_2-7-16

 

LR 02-07-2016

6:00 am ~ 34° ~ Cloudy ~ Wind: South at 6 mph ~ Humidity: 83%
Sunrise is at 7:56 am ~ Ave. Low is 16° ~ Record Low is -9° (1984)
3:30 pm ~ 43° ~ Cloudy ~ Wind: S SW at 9 mph ~ Humidity:63%
Sunset is at 5:59 pm ~ Ave. High is 30° ~ Record High is 52° (2005) 
Moonphase: Waning Crescent ~ Pressure: 29.60 in ~ Dew Point: 31° ~ Visibility: 10 Miles  
Daylight: 10 Hrs 3 min

Forecast for 2/8/16 – Cloudy – High: 33° – Low: 23°
 

Vol XV #315 - Where Ever Go... There's Lots of Snow
Vol XV #317 - Meggen's Monday

 

Ft2-7-16

Somewhere There’s Sunshine” was here awhile ago but just didn’t hang around for long.  43 degrees and a little sun melts snow.  The problem with melting is eventually it freezes and my pathway to the garage is ice.  My problem with this El Nino Winter is age related and deals with mobility.  I can navigate on solid ground but not on slippery slopes.  I manage using a cane which also needs solid footing.  But, enough of my problems, the fact is this winter is a really a nice winter, great for outdoor activities, like snow shoveling, roof raking… Just kidding.  I love winter and can’t wait for next winter because I know it’s going to be more fun then this winter.

Southbeach2-7-16Biscuit2-7-16 The Leland Report/Leif Spork Snow Gauge contest is closed. We had a total of 47 entries. We will report the final tally on 4/30/16!

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Judy in Grand Blanc
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So sorry for the slippery slopes, thanks for the lovely Leland pictures Mr. B!

Anne Slater
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To avoid the danger of icy slopes and streets, check out LL Beans’s “Stabilicers” which are basically slip-on studded tires to go over your boots or shoes (they seem to run smallish). Other places make them but these the ones I bought recently

Ada Jim
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I’m amazed at the total lack of ice along Big Blue’s shoreline.

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