I think we got about a quarter-inch total here in Philly. I don't ever remember it being this consistently warm all winter and getting almost no snowfall. I'm already putting plants outside and seeds in the ground. Mosquitoes probably gonna be partying hard this year.
The weather change is happening too fast. Getting worried, we already got too much shit going on right now.
2. "yep, in february i think" In response to Reply # 0
we hardly get snow. the winter was definitely mild in dec and jan. i think more than usual. weve had snow in february before but its kind of rare for us. of course most people here dont realize february is the middle of winter and freaked out lol
6. "Four years ago Houston had a major flood on tax day" In response to Reply # 0
I even can't imagine how much of a clusterfuck a major storm/flooding event would be here right now. I'm hoping for another uneventful flooding year like last year after getting hit hard three years in a row.
10. "this is my main concern as well" In response to Reply # 6 Wed Mar-25-20 04:52 PM by bearfield
>I even can't imagine how much of a clusterfuck a major >storm/flooding event would be here right now. I'm hoping for >another uneventful flooding year like last year after getting >hit hard three years in a row.
i live in tornado alley and the stroke belt. many folks here are especially susceptible to covid. i'm dreading a tornado or even strong winds knocking down power lines and there not being enough emergency response and/or utility workers to get things back up and running in a timely manner. on a good day it takes 16+ hours to get power restored in my area. some areas of the city have to go even longer without power. the whole city might be completely offline for several days if the wrong thing happens at the wrong time