Day After Tomorrow movie that makes me want to Twitter the hash tags #snowpocalypse and #snowmageddon2014. And that #polar vortex hashtag seems to be trending also, as in dang, how long I been gone to where it is now snowing for what seems like the 100th time this week to where there are mounds of snow the sizes of cars and cars are buried in snow as far as the eye can see. And I know I don't really have anything else to blah blog about on this blaghing day today to where I find myself literally blaghing about the weather just for the sake of attempting to maintain content for this blog and my other blog whenever bloggers block possible. And it has snowed so much this season in that coast or the Northeast and even in the South in that country of North America, that cities and counties have run out of road salt and there isn't a shovel to be found in the stores for miles and miles. And one can say it's just winter, and the weather report says that spring is on the way. And then there's David the snow sculpture artist for winter weary New Yorkers. And then there also that Climate Change Is Affecting The Weather Patterns Article with a paragraph that reads:
Governors have declared states of emergencies from Louisiana to New Jersey due to a massive snow and ice storm. A National Weather Service memo calls the storm "an event of historical proportions," identifying it as "catastrophic ... crippling ... paralyzing ... choose your adjective." The storm has already caused at least 13 deaths and left 550,000 without power. We speak to Jeff Masters, director of meteorology at the Weather Underground.
And gee what a headline and photo in this London and New York storms are holding hands over Atlantic and are now combing article. Is there climate change? And the wind is howling. Have a great weather day and more.