Thursday, March 9, 2006

They Said It Would Happen But Everyone Said "No Way"

Wednesday brought cold tempatures, wind and rain to Western Washington (again). I kept running aroumd here Wednesday evening trying to get things done, thinking the power would probably go out again.The floating bridge over Lake Washington (Seattle) was closed due to heavy wind and the wind, heavy snow and avalanche danger closed a couple of mountain passes.  Another one was requiring chains on all vehicles. My friend Dianne & her hubby are heading down into Central Oregon today to celebrate her birthday with her son & his family.  They have a couple mountain passes to cross so hopefully things will clear up a little for them as they head out this morning.   For several days the weather people predictated "snow Wednesday night thru Thursday." For some reason, this time I believed them, maybe because I watched the temps drop, especially Wednesday.  So here we's Thrusday morning and I get the front door to retrive the news paper off my porch and sure's snowing.  I wonder what all those "nay sayers" at work will have to say for themselves this morning.  (If they show up that is)  My Toyota Rav 4 has anytime 4-wheel drive so I'm going for it. I wish you sunny skies on your Thursday.......Linda


jeanno43 said...

Sounds like the weather is pretty bleak. We have had rain all week although it is dry today so far but freezing weather is predicted to hit us again this weekend.

jeadie05 said...

OURS is a four wheel drive too ,useful in these conditions,so go for it girl but be careful ,and wrap up warm ,...........Jan xx

ally123130585918 said...

Linda we have had lots of rain here which we really do need ~ your weather sounds dreadful ~Hope your friend and her Hubby will be OK ~
Take care driving and keep warm ~ and I wish Sunny skies for you ~ Ally

labdancer51 said...

Hi Linda,  we`ve been having lots of badly needed rain here with much milder temps.  Your weather sounds really dreadful for the time of year.  I wish your friend a very safe journey. :o)

Sandra xxxxx

lv2trnscrb said...

oh, I want your snow!! be careful out there


queenb8261 said...

My son left Fort Lewis yesterday.  They went down through CA and across.  As I said in my earlier entry this evening he is stuck in a blizzard outside Flagstaff.  He just called my hubby on his cell and said traffic finally was moving slowly.  I hope he stops for the night.  He's probably tired and I am sure the girls are cranky.  All we are getting is 40 mph winds and dust. Ugh.