Weather got a little crazy today in Evansville. Snow and ice today, when ti was 70 just two days ago.
Yes, it hit 70 just two days ago, now we are on the cusp of going into a deep freeze. Snow, with sleety conditions. Yep, it’s that magical time of year in Southern Indiana.
Social networking has changed yet again, this time in the form of an update to Twitter. Most pictures are now automatically loaded in line within the newsfeed, as opposed to opened once the individual tweet is selected. This means, whether I want it or not, I’m subjected to peoples image tweets. Initially I hated it, but now it’s growing on me, and has allowed me to enjoy the beautiful sunsets Fall in Evansville, Indiana has to offer.
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Weather on Halloween night October, 31st 2013 was severe in Evansville and most of the surrounding Tri-State. Therefore, Trick-or-Treating was moved to Friday night to keep people in doors in the bad weather.
Most of Evansville waited until a happy November 1st before going door to door for sweet treats. The threat of severe weather and a lot of rain kept most people in doors. Likewise official announcements were made for people to skip actual Halloween activities on the 31st and instead wait till Friday night.
Well, the weather people were correct. Waiting till Friday night proved to a much more enjoyable Halloween. I’m all for this practice no matter the weather, let’s move Halloween to the following Friday night…always.
Storm front moved through Evansville last night and petered out before reaching the Eastside.
I live on the East side of Evansville and by the time the huge storm front hit us it had already petered out. No strong wind, no real heavy rain, just a good soaking and a lot of sirens. However, based on the sound of the wind and rain over the TV on WFIE 14, it sounds like it was worse in different parts of Evansville.
How did you weather the storm front that moved through last night? Looking forward to being sick again once the temperature swing hits us, from 70’s to highs in the 20’s and 30’s. Yuck.
Christmas night snow is slowly going away in this 40 degree temperature. Hope the forecast for up to 3 more inches is right for tonight. I have plans to go sledding with my daughter.