Just before supper I wrote that we might expect six inches or so of snow from this big nor'easter coming at us Tuesday; however, I must correct that. The forecast tonight said 12-18 inches, so we could be getting as much as southern New England. It's too soon to put the snow shovels away, for sure.
In the meantime, it's interesting what's going on in other parts of the country where Joe's Ponders are. I had a note this evening from Barbara Pollack in Tucson, Arizona:
While you freeze, we bake. It's been in the high 80s/low 90s here the past few days, and will be for the rest of this week. That's 17-20
degrees "above normal". Is there really any normal anymore?
It does make one wonder what "normal" is these days.