Seems I can still hear the echo of “We want snow” coming from SassyFemme.  Well, all I can say is “Better you than us! LOL!”

A Developing Winter Storm Will Move Up The Coast Today And Early Saturday. This Storm Is Expected To Move Across Narragansett Bay And Eastern Massachusetts Saturday Morning. This Will Bring A Period Of Heavy Precipitation To Southern New England Starting Late This Morning… Continuing Into Saturday Morning.The Precipitation Should Begin As Snow Late This Morning. Periods Of Heavy Snow Are Then Possible This Afternoon And Evening. Total Accumulations Of 8 To 12 Inches Are Possible Through Tonight From The East Slopes Of The Berkshires Through The Central Hills To Southwest New Hampshire. Locally Heavier Amounts Up To 15 Inches Are Possible As Well.The Snow Will Then Change To Sleet And Freezing Rain Late Tonight And Early Saturday… Bringing A Threat Of Ice Accumulation Through The Morning. The Precipitation Should Then Diminish Toward Midday Saturday.

Got your snowplow operator on speed dial? LOL!

We’re on a winter weather warning, but only supposed to get 2-4 inches tonight, with an additional 1-3 tomorrow. 

Happy St. Patrick’s Day.  Maybe it’ll snow green for ya!  LOL!

Stole this from the Peanut Queen, so here goes:

1) Go to Wikipedia
2) In the search box, type your birth month and day but not the year.
3) List three events that happened on your birthday
4) List two important birthdays and one death
5) One holiday or observance (if any)
6) Tag 5 other bloggers to complete

On July 23rd:


1829 – In the United States, William Austin Burt patents the first typewriter.

1904 – Probably the first Ice cream cone was sold at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, Missouri.

  • 1942The Holocaust: The Treblinka extermination camp is opened, Hitler signed the Operation Edelweiss.

    1888Raymond Chandler, American-born author

    Charles Harrelson, American convicted murderer; father of Woody Harrelson (It should be noted, also, that it is also Woody Harrelson’s birthday — weird, eh?)


    1885Ulysses S. Grant, 18th President of the United States (b. 1822)


  • EgyptRevolution Day (1952)
  • Libya – Revolution Day
  • Papua New Guinea – Remembrance Day
  • Roman EmpireNeptunalia held in honor of Neptune
  • Rastafari movement – Celebration of the birthday of Haile Selassie
  • TAG

    PattiCake, Jenn, SassyFemme, Linda and Michelle