On 12/05/2016 04:48 PM, toki wrote:
On 05/12/16 17:24, Daniel A. Rodriguez wrote:
Please, remember that some places are quite far from snow ir freezing temperatura by x-mas
Unless the ski report I read is completely bonkers, Mount Baw Baw in
Australia is expecting a White Christmas this year.
How tall is it? The one in Hawaii is above the rain clouds, most
times. If "your" Mount Baw Baw is high enough, then snow could happen
when it rains blow.
For me in the valley where I live, there could be inches of snow 8+
miles in the northern part and the same in the eastern section, but here
in my part we may not ever get flurries. If we get a a few inches, the
surrounding areas in the valley could have feet. This valley is about
840 feet above sea level and the tallest "hill" is about 400 feet higher
than this long valley that is at least a mile wide.
In 1979, we had brief snow flurries here in New York. A few years
before that we had 2 feet at the end of October. So anything can happen.
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