One of the many millions of services provided over the years by my tech guru, J.C. Burns, has been a web page that scoops up current images from the Weather Channel’s site, with an emphasis on lower Michigan. I check it daily, sometimes several times daily. I’m beginning to see why old people can sit and watch the Weather Channel all day long. I’m generations removed from the farm, but I don’t feel fully informed on a day when I don’t know what’s going on in the country, meteorologically.
When MichaelG mentioned in the comments earlier today that they’re expecting 10 feet of snow in the Sierras today, I knew I had to check. And whaddaya know, big storm in Cali:
Drive carefully, Californians. Your weather is always either heavenly or hellish. But I bet the surf is way, way up.