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Snow & Ice Will Likely Be With Us For Several More Days
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Copyright 2006 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
|Stephanie Dowdy sent
me this photo of a heron at the City Lake yesterday. She had an assist
from her Dad and his 4x4. She was the winner of the first round of the
"Beautiful Collinsville" Photo Contest (with
another City Lake photo).
City Park Friday)
... sledless & shirtless young man
sledder stopped with his face just inches from a tree at the bottom of the
sled hill in City Park
|The "artic blast"
has arrived and our recent 70 degree afternoons are now a distant memory.
The 5pm Nov. 30th TV weather forcasts are saying we have a fair chance
of significant snowfall still to come today. School is out, other events
are being cancelled. The number of drivers I've seen in town today has
been very low. I've opted to just leave my car in the garage and walk
the short trip from home to work (& the city park). My only problem
so far was an extra half hour just trying to get inside the Newspaper
Museum today as the door lock was full of ice and the key was blocked
until I sprayed enough de-icer to finally break through. My daughter Emily
had mailed a sweater for our dog Georgia (above) which arrived today just
in time for her to romp in the snow this afternoon. This has been an odd
storm with a report of a young man struck by lightning Wednesday and Tulsa
releasing their "first ever" blizzard warning today (for counties
northwest of us). -- Ted -- 5:40pm Thursday
Nov. 30th, 2006
18-wheeler had Collinsville's Main Street blocked Friday evening as it became
stuck after the sunny day's melt has refrozen.
supplied this photo from Saturday morning after the overnight fog/dew
had frozen on the trees.