Listen: Jerry, Dare County And Twelve Inches discussed on Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News
"In finally broken. It went to the south. So we're just gonna deal with some cold temperatures. Although I did see the extended eight to fourteen day out looking at temperatures will be above normal. So we could have that week El Nino is coming to fruition and we could have a warmer than normal holiday season. Which is okay. All right with that. I think a lot of people are everybody. I think enjoys the the fact that it gets a little colder Christmas time, there's a little nip in the air dredging through twelve inches of snow. The same. That's exactly right, Jerry. I I for one liked the nip in the air. I like the change of seasons. Because believe me if you go through enough cold weather when that first fifty degree day hits in February or March, it feels like it might as well be seventy eight. So we'll keep an eye on. That's for sure. Yeah. When you have those snow falls like that. And you're out there. And you decide you're going to do something about it. Your heart's just challenging. Yes. That's go ahead. You have at it, buddy. I remember one year. It was the first year. We we actually had enough money to buy a snow blower. And it was the first year. I went from actually shoveling snow to using like why have we not done this before for the next week? You had somebody chip the smile off your that's right? It makes a huge difference. Jerry. That's for sure, but we are dodging the snow. That's nice. It's gonna be credit quiet around here for the weekend. But I think the only winter weather advisories out for dare county in are."