A snow day literally and figuratively falls from the sky, unbidden, and seems like a thing of wonder. -- Susan Orlean

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Quiet Pattern Takes Over

Here's some shocking news we just discovered today. You lose an hour of sleep this weekend! That's right, it's Daylight Savings Time again. You need to roll that clock ahead one hour on Saturday night. Did you know that hospitals often see a rise in  heart attacks in the first few days of DST? We wonder if the clock change couldn't be done in a more incremental way.

We do have a chance of a few snow showers on Wednesday evening; a dusting is about all you can expect from this very minor disturbance.

Temps will begin to moderate toward the end of the week, and we may even hit 40 degrees by the weekend (Saturday).

After that, though, the GSD Staff Members have their eyes open to a midweek storm (March 11-12). The Euro model has us getting some form of precipitation; the North American model takes the storm out to sea south of us (similar to Monday's storm).

We wait with bated breath to see if Storm Elle comes to fruition.

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