And in Oakland. And in Salinas. And in Half Moon Bay. And in Gilroy. And in Livermore.
Must be a global warming hole in California today.
Second time in just three years that Billings has broken the February snowfall record. Not just for the date, mind you, but for the entire month.
Parts of the Cascades could get three feet (1 meter) of snow.
This on top of the 1 foot of snow on Thursday night and the 2 feet of snow on Friday.
Ties similar nine-day runs from Jan. 29-Feb. 6, 1902 and Jan. 6-14, 2009. – Also see video.
“Many analysts concluded that the election reflected growing frustration with an ever-expanding federal government that had largely discarded the concept of federalism and was dictating too many aspects of our lives – denying families, states and companies the right to make decisions about their futures, so long as they don’t harm others.” – Paul Driessen
With more snow on the way.
Several reporting stations in central and eastern Montana are reporting historic snowfall totals through the first week in February.
Heavy snowfall threatens to bring travel to a standstill.
“Travel will be very difficult to impossible at times overnight and into Friday morning,” the National Weather Service warns. Snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour.