Saturday, March 13, 2010

Plowing Egan Drive


The National Weather Service issued a “Winter Storm Warning” yesterday. They predicted we would receive 8 to 12 inches of snow by midnight, but we didn’t come close. I have mixed emotions about this one. I love the snow and would love for Juneau to receive more, but, on the other hand, it’s that much less we have to plow or shovel.

5 comments:

Jarart said...

Snow can be a mixed blessing, for sure.

Leif Hagen said...

Greetings from Eagan City to Egan Drive! One of our past mayors is named Tom Egan. That's a little trivia for the day.

I'm tired of snow - I don't want to see any more snowplows!

Leena said...

Thank you for your visit my blog and looking at all those snow photos :)
Our latitudes are 62°36′00″N, 29°45′50″E, so our winter will continue still whole March and after that snow start to melt step by step.

Nice Sunday to you, Gwyn!

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Meri said...

Mother Nature just does what she wants, no matter how unpredictable.

Small City Scenes said...

Yeah, I'm leaning toward 'let Spring begin;. MB