I think, for me, it would be the last straw. Or flake, as the case may be. I hope your procedure is stellar.
What would you do when it does this in the middle of June?
Yikes! It's too late for that.
Not in Butte, Tom. We could see the same thing a month from now. I'm not kidding. We, at least in the past, have 50 frost-free days a year. July and August, and even the last part of August is undependable. It's Montana, 6K feet elevation, and the weather is...like trump. Unpredictable and undependable.
Ah, we just pretend it's xmas....
Ye-gods, and I thought I had it bad in North Dakota.
only diff is it starts earlier and last longer here.
We had some away from Lake Superior yesterday. Temps in the 20s this morning. Ahh, spring!
Yep....ended up with about 8", mostly melted now.
The very fact you've stayed there so long must mean the place has benefits those who like more moderate climates don't understand.
What makes it so much fun is when the people who've spent their first winter here whine in May "When does spring get here????"
Mike, are you sure you didn't post the negative of the photo from KXLF clock tower? Those roofs should be darker.
Holy shit....you're correct. And I had flashbacks all day of this instance in '70 in Portland, when it was snowing.......
Brrr. We hit 90 yesterday.
Yup, snowed here too. Next day... spring again.
Good lard! Worse than us. Love the photo of the Grandgirl. Mine's off to graduate work in the UK. She's only 3. What happened?XOWWW
I can't even imagine... There really isn't any weather in my area (as you know), but people still complain about it.