Yes indeed. Off work early, nice pot of coffee, the interwebs, wrapped up
in a soft warm blankie with my dogs watching it snow giant flakes outside.
If only the maid and my personal chef and masseuse had shown up. ;)
Lets see... last year record cold and snowfalls meant global warming. This year high temps mean global warming. Make your minds up.
We ended up so far getting about 9 inches.
Whatever GW is causing this we are glad for it. :)
We got virtually zero rain for over a year.
These 3 snows were at least deep enough to
put some much needed moisture back in the ground.
Check your map, Lovington is some north and west of "The Petroplex" Midland-Odessa.
There is usually a line along about Lovington through Seminole swooping across to Abilene
where the Panhandle snows peter out and turn to rain if anything by the time it gets here.
We normally get 2-3 snows a year, but it's usually just a light dusting. This year we've
been getting mega snows that you can actually have enough to build a snowman out of.
As Tanker said, it all just depends on how far south the jet-stream is blowing.
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