Category Archives: Weather

Snow Jam ’82 – The Snow was the Lesser of Two Evils

Being an Atlanta, Georgia native, I watched with amused interest as the city experienced “Snowmageddon ’14” recently, as if it was the first time snow had ever fallen in Georgia. In fact, this event very closely paralleled the original Snow Jam ’82 event that happened while I was in college. I ran across a site that documents stories from this… Read more »

After the Storm

      No Comments on After the Storm

These Middle West blizzards are funny – they’ll drop three feet of snow in the lowest depression (such as our driveway) or anywhere there’s a windbreak (such as my still-incomplete machine shed), and yet there’ll only be 2″ of snow in the flat areas such as the hay field.