Sunday, March 24, 2013

The Palm Sunday Snow Storm

When I was a very young girl, we had to worry about tornado outbreaks on Palm Sunday.
In fact, I had a friend who survived being thrown over a mile out of her crib by a tornado from the ruins of her family's brand new home that they had just moved into that weekend.  Palm Sunday tornadoes were the stuff of nightmares in our neck of the woods.

And along comes "Global Warming."  

So what do we get?  A snow storm!

A snow storm.  

What's next?  A hurricane?  A volcano?  Killer bees?  Cuddly Kittens?

Okay, I can take the last.  
I'd take cuddly kittens any day.
Just don't tell my allergist.  He wouldn't be happy about that.

Anyway, back to the snow storm.

 The sleet turned over to snow and it started coming down in a hurry.

This was just after fifteen minutes of snow.  Stay tuned for more snow from 
Sunny Southern Indiana(tm).


Rosie Hawthorne said...

Thank you. I flove snow.

vera charles said...

Love your beautiful snow pictures. This storm actually made it here and we had our first measurable snow of the year -- almost three inches! -- before it turned to rain. Of course the roads were too warm for any snow to really lay there and schools were already closed because we're on Spring Break, but at least we finally got some snow!