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Weather or not

I saw a man this morning
wearing a misshapen ski-mask
like a Lucien Freud in plimsoles and pain
it’s been so cold.

As hard as one tries… 161 more words

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Mother Nature’s Most Impressive Show – The Nor’easter from My Perspective

After the monumental, snowy winter we had in this Northeast, let’s reflect back a bit on these weather events as we welcome spring tomorrow. Here is my perspective, as a lifelong New Englander, on what a Nor’easter is really like. 391 more words


Nor'easter by Dyane Forde



Dyane Forde


“Wake up.”

I opened my eyes against the morning glare but immediately shrunk back from a headache. White and black stars pulsed before my eyes; those two words, “Wake up”, a hammer pulverising the side of my face. 4,535 more words

Dyane reblogged this on Dropped Pebbles and commented:

It's here! My story, Nor'easter, short-listed for the Storgy writing contest is published!

Latest on the Potential for an Accumulating Snow Event Thursday Night & Friday

The European and GFS (American – Global Forecast System) models are in basic agreement that a storm system will track through the Mid South on Thursday as an area of low pressure develops off of the North Carolina Outer Banks before tracking northeast. 280 more words


The Winter That Was: A Brave Lone Boat #2

The Hudson River is frozen. As you can see, the snow is accumulating over the frozen river. All the boats and yachts are in hiding. I am unsure if they have been loaded in the storage or have gone on a cruise. 151 more words


50/50 Weekend, Medium Range Still Looks Interesting

The first half of the upcoming weekend is looking wet as opposed to icy across the DC Area.   Temperatuers will be warm enough and precipitation will start late enough for a rain event. 175 more words


For Northeast, A Brutal Winter Redefines 'Enough Is Enough'

NEW YORK (AP) — Forget the winter of our discontent. For Northeasterners enduring one of the coldest, snowiest seasons in decades, it’s the winter of our exasperation, full-on funk and enough-is-enough rage. 699 more words