Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Sub-Zero Temps

Well hello -- it has been a while. I am really sorry, but I just have a lot on my plate with the holidays here.

I work for Phillips-Van Heusen as a field marketing rep. in Colorado, so I am spending almost every minute of the day in either JCPenney, Macys or Dillards -- making sure our product is presented well for the holidays.

Luckily I was off the day after Thanksgiving to recover from all the food!

Anyway -- I see some minus temps on the map this morning across northern Minnesota and North Dakota.

The northern tier of states will stay chilly over the next several days and see occasional chances for snow showers as two weather fronts move through.

Portions of the south saw some rain on Monday -- but not nearly enough to put a dent in the drought.

1 comment:

  1. I suspect these days with recurring sub freezing night temps. and above freezing temps. will help put all gardens "to sleep" for the winter. I'd like to see some (but not too many) subfreezing temps. to help with the beetle infestations the front range has been experiencing. I think I think I read where 5-10 consecutive days below freezing (no highs above freezing) is needed to do any real good. It may even have been 'subzero days'.

    As a first time blogger here, I'd like to know how to report my daily HI & Low temps along with the percipitation data. How can I type in the "degree" symbol instead of having to type out the word? I saw a related message once but forgot the three- number sequence.