Now that's funny.8° - fog - totally overcast with a 90% chance of rain
No need for a Meteorologist here. Our weather forecast that runs from November until March is on a brass plaque.
Yeah Texas Panhandle, rolling plains. We are a little over 3,000 feet above sea level. It gets cold here. Single digit temperatures here and have got in negative temps. February the 8 1933 it got down to NEGATIVE 17 degrees. The coldest I remember it ever being is 1 degrees. We hit single digits most years.You're in TX, right?
That was a negative seventeen degrees in 1933. Plus it's the high plains that runs all the way up to Canada. With mountain ranges on both sides. The heavy cold artic winds are channeled straight down the plains. and there is nothing but a few barbed wire fences to stop it.Seems to be consistently colder than NW GA.
It was 20 degrees when I got up at 5am, freezing drizzle and fog. 90% chance of snow tonight and 80% chance tomorrow. With a total accumulation of 9 inches of snow over the period. At least there is no prediction of high winds. Highs in the 30's and 40's with lows in the mid teens for the next few days.I hate this time of year. I am a daily rider, but as the years go by I'm less inclined to ride below 50. That won't happen until Thursday. I am waiting on a longer clutch cable for the XCT. The Challenger needs nothing. All I can do is wait out the weather.
They are predicting snow and rain Tuesday through Thursday of next week.man i wish...18 F here and snow 8(