Snow Blog

You may have noticed it snowing on the blog lately and wondering, “What’s that’s all about?” This is for the benefit of my friends “down under” (where it is presently summer) and for my friends in Florida (where it is always summer). Basically, whenever it snows here in Massachusetts, I will try to remember to turn on the snow for my blog. So, if you see it snowing on the blog, you will know that we got snow here in Massachusetts, too. That way we can all share the experience. Hey, at least you don’t have to shovel a snow blog!

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  1. Barrie says:

    Gee Ray, thanks from sunny south Florida. I wish I knew how to send you a clip of sunshine and blue skies for your Blog also.

  2. Ray Fowler says:

    Barrie – I wish you knew how to send the real thing for outside! Oh well, time to go outside and shovel.

  3. eclexia says:

    🙂 Thanks, Ray! I turned the snow on on my blog, too, even though it aggravates my already-computer-irritated eyes. It seemed sort of the Florida thing to do when it’s been over the 80s inside my house with the windows open all day. You know, like people down here having a giant inflatable snowman up in front of their house while they are working out in their lawn in shorts and a sleeveless shirt. Anyway, this is the way I like my snow.

    It will be a lot more meaningful when I see it snowing on your blog to know it actually means something!

  4. Jeff says:

    Well Ray, it’s time to head out and pre-treat the roads on campus for another bout with Global Warming. With all the Global Warming Overtime I am getting this Winter, I think I might buy an airplane ride to Florida. Maybe those jet engines burning the fuel will add some more warmth to the air and we will get rain next time. Rain goes down the drain!

  5. Jeff says:

    We got a good bout of Global Cooling going on right now.

  6. Ray Fowler says:

    Jeff – Brrrrr! The dog days of winter have arrived in New England. And the dogs ain’t sweating.

  7. Jeff says:


    What is up with all this Global Warming. I go away last week for a week of snowmobiling and the temp. climbs to 55 degrees up by Mt. Katadin Maine and we cut our trip short by two days and I come home and it starts to snow here again?? I am beginning to think I have something to do with it! LOL

  8. Sharon Gamble says:

    It’s snowing out there already???? I better get my grocery shopping done and come home fast. Thanks, weatherman!

  9. Ray Fowler says:

    Sharon – Yes, it has been snowing since about 7:00 a.m. I have already shoveled the driveway once and am getting ready for my second round!

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