Vol XVI – #266 – Winter Blues

Report #5736 Photo: LR_12- 20-16


LR 12-20-2016

6:00 am ~ 23° ~ Cloudy – Wind: W SW at 22 gusting to 31 mph ~ Humidity: 61%
Sunrise is at 8:18 am ~ Ave. Low is 22° ~ Record Low is  -13° (1983)

3:45 pm – 28° ~ Cloudy ~ Wind: W SW at 18 gusting to 38 mph ~ Humidity: 72%

Sunset is at 5:03  pm ~ Ave. High is 31° ~ Record High is 55° (1913) 

Moonphase: Waning Gibbous ~ Pressure: 29.861 in ~ Dew Point: 24° ~ Visibility:10 Miles
Daylight: 8 Hrs 47 Mns
Forecast for 12/21/16 – Mostly Cloudy – High: 36° – Low: 32°


The wind… it’s the wind.




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Judy in Grand Blanc
Judy in Grand Blanc
7 years ago

Well said Mr. Hahn! Great pics despite the cold feeling Mr. B! I am especially fond of the fishtown fish pic!

Dick, in Rankin
Dick, in Rankin
7 years ago

I may have said it before, but Bill Hahn does have a way with words.

Bill Hahn, down south near Chelsea

“In the deep mid winter, frosty winds made moan, earth stood hard as iron, water like a stone. Snow had fallen snow on snow, snow on fallen snow. In the deep mid winter, long, long ago…..” This lovely song, lovely as the winter scenes above, can be heard on you tube, and hearing the Norwegian soprano Sissel sing it like an angel. I like it so much I get repeats every few days. Thanks again to Keith, Jim and Meggan. All blessings to all. I’d be interested in how associates to the Report feel about Sissel’s voice and beauty. ABTA