Woman #1: do you remember when snow fell on Halloween and was still there on Easter? I do. And I don't miss it at all!
Woman #2: I love global warming!
I've seen snow flurries plenty of times in October. But, so far, not this year.
And, I remember taking my son trick or treating one year in the early 1990's with the hills above us receiving some 13 inches of sloppy snow. For us in the valley, we got less, but it was one miserable night. I led my little superhero, bundled up underneath his costume (his choice!), from house to house, where he was showered with enough candy to open a store. (
|West side Binghamton, NY Smoke Tree|
Now, we still have leaves on some of our trees past November. Other trees are peaking out now.
Global warming (or climate change, as I would rather call it) has been a mixed blessing for the Binghamton area.
I am loving the 70 degree weather (21 C) forecast for tomorrow.
But, wait. In the forecast for Saturday...
...yes, you guessed it.
What's in your weather forecast?