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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Special Report: It still might snow

This just in to the bojack.org Storm Center: It's way below freezing outside, and so if there is any precipitation in Portland, it will be frozen. Snow! Deadly snow! There's a chance of it for tomorrow.

Just hope that we don't get the dreaded, deadly freezing rain instead. That's how these cold snaps usually end themselves in these parts. It all depends on how fast things warm up, above and below. If we get the freezing rain, we are all going to perish!

Remain calm. Stay tuned to bojack.org Storm Center 9000.2 for further updates.

Comments (6)

Since chains and studded snow tires really don't work on sheets of ice, what is the Mayor going to order us to do today?

Will we see Sammy in his Snowsuit again and what was the freeway/highway body count from the last storm? I forgot already.

I don't know but if it has anything to do with his truck, I'm staying home. Besides there is a 1 in 5 chance that something will fall out of the sky.


But consider the desperate people of Austin TX, sweltering today as the thermometer climbs toward 86ºF. No relief until tomorrow when the high is predicted to be only 70º.

Sophie on KPTV said last night that she was anticipating the morning commute to be terrible. Umm. When there's zero moisture forecasted + no moisture on the roads, it won't be bad at all.

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