Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #209 2/6/2010

#209 - Snow and Weather

The predictions in NW GA was flurries this morning then clearing this afternoon. Currently it is 34.

When I walked out of gym at 5 we had a snow flurry so I did as the law in the south requires and went to the grocery store to get bread when a snow flake is spotted haha. Actually I did go and get bread and several more items at Walmart as I was already going to do when I left the gym. My thermometer says 34 and it is cold, humid, cloudy and windy. Saw several more flurries of tiny flakes while out.



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