Posted on January 16, 2022 Posted by John Scalzi 12 Comments
Those clouds look hardly ominous at all! Actually, what’s really ominous is that they have not budged for hours. They’re just lurking there to the south. We’ll see if they make a move when nightfalls. If you don’t hear from me tomorrow you’ll know why.
Clouds behave the way they look:
Light+fluffy ones are light and fluffy; Dark and Ominous ones are dark and ominous….
My neck of the woods (outside Buffalo, NY) is apparently going to get popped by a winter storm starting in about two hours, so, yay! I expect you’re far enough west to not get this one.
I’d be more concerned about the guys in black with semi-automatic weapons hiding in the bushes beneath your windows but I don’t with to alarm you. 😆
My neighbors with their semi-automatics would take care of them for us.
The clouds waited patiently for the night to com., their long and patient preparations finally set. As darkness fell and their unaware victims’ caution relaxed, the clouds would fall and the fog bears be unleashed…
Looks like a front! (Or a back!)
At least the lower half of it brought some rain to us down here in Florida.
Other than that it looks cold.
Thank goodness you’re not in Indiana and your name is not Barry!
Nice pic tho.
Russian army quietly minding its own business near the border of Ukraine…
That was an isolated fairly heavy snow band that was passing thru Dayton just south east of you. Couldn’t have missed you by more than five miles.
We got a very light dusting.