It is March in North Carolina and I am driving kids to school in the snow.
The snow was forecast.
They didn’t cancel school.
I suspect I’m going to wake up soon.
Tanner Lovelace March 06, 2013 23:43
Can you really call that “snow”? It didn’t even reach the level where I’d call it “flurries”!
Michael K Johnson March 07, 2013 04:38
I don’t live in Durham. I got flurries. But my point was about what is called snow here, not was called snow in my childhood in Minnesota and Wisconsin. :-)
Tanner Lovelace March 07, 2013 09:21
I was actually in downtown Raleigh (where my son goes to school now) when I saw the “snow”. But, yeah, I agree with you about what passes for snow in different places. My judgement, though, was based on growing up in Alabama. You must have gotten more flakes than downtown Raleigh got because what they got wouldn’t have even been called flurries in Alabama where they close schools if the word snow is even mentioned.
Michael K Johnson March 07, 2013 11:03
Yeah, I drove through it in about two miles…
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