Thursday, January 7, 2010

Would You Believe Possibility of SNOW ???







OMG, it's so cold down here in Florida that they are even predicting the possibility of flurries!! The following is from the WKMG Orlando website:


"Snow In Central Fla? It's Possible
Orlando Area Could See Snow Flurries Over Weekend


ORLANDO, Fla. -- Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.

With cold days and freezing temperatures being the norm for the past week, many Central Floridians wouldn't mind seeing some snowflakes in the air.

And Local 6 meteorologist Eric Wilson said it's possible over the weekend.

'It's been a long time since we've had even a chance for snow in this area,'Wilson said. 'The question is whether or not there's going to be moisture in place to turn that cold air from rain into flurries over the weekend.'

Cold air has invaded the region all week, and although high temperatures will reach the mid-60s on Friday, a cold front currently over the Gulf of Mexico is expected to bring freezing temperatures back to Central Florida over the weekend.

The new front is expected to push through on Friday afternoon, with a 40 percent chance of rain.

Wilson said snow could fall in Central Florida on Saturday morning if a current frontal boundary stalls and provides moisture from the south and the west.

'Some of that rain could transfer over to flurries north of the jet stream,' said Wilson, who showed the jet stream north of Orlando. 'We'll have to keep a really close eye on whether all those things come together.'

High temperatures in Orlando are forecast to be 46 and 51 degrees -- more than 20 degrees below normal -- on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. The low temperature Sunday morning will reach 34 degrees in Orlando, with a low of 27 forecast for Monday morning.

Icy Road Warning

Meanwhile, Florida's Department of Emergency Management said drivers in the Panhandle and north Florida should watch for icy spots on roads and bridges Friday morning.

Rain is expected as a cold front moves through the region Thursday night and Friday morning.

Meteorologist Amy Godsey said there is a possibility some rural bridges and roads may have ice.

Overnight lows are expected to dip into the lower 20s and high teens across the region on Friday and Saturday nights.

Temperatures in the region were in the upper 50s and lower 60s in advance of the approaching cold front Thursday afternoon."





This terrible cold weather is also hurting our poor sea turtles, more than 100 turtles were found floating in the Mosquito Lagoon and rescued Wednesday after cold water shocked their systems. We really need warm weather soon.


I have had enough of this.... I moved down here for the warmth and sunshine, not these 20 - 30 degree temperatures. I am tired of having to wear hats, gloves, coats, sweatshirts, etc. YUK!!



And, I don't want to hear from all you people saying, "You think it's cold there, you should be here in..... {so-and-s0}..... " I live in Florida because I DON'T want to be cold, I want to be where it is WARM, I don't like the cold. I used to live in New England where it was cold, snowy and icy - I LEFT THERE!!! So no comments like that people, let me whine... I hate the cold!



Please come back my wonderful weather that belongs here... I really miss you!



Until next time..... Lorie

5 comments:

Shraddha@theselfloveproject said...

it has been horrible here..

we are literally burried in snow..i fail to sympathize with ya...

Tami said...

Well I live in....

Just kidding! LOL

I was watching on TV and they were saying it's ruining orange crops and everything. That's not good!

And I love your hubby's jacket. I was going to get that for my daughter for her birthday! :)

Love you girl, stay warm and know I love you and I am sending warm cyber hugs til the weather gets warmer!

T

blueviolet said...

You can whine all you want...but you should see it here.....couldn't resist. Sorry!

onangelwings said...

Complain away babe. It's all relative. What is cold to you isn't cold to me and that's OK. If you live in sunny Florida. You are not expecting temps to dip below 50. Geez...I can only image how high the price of fruit is going to be this summer.

I saw iguana's falling off the trees on the news because of the cold. So sad to me.

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