Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Weird Day

Today it has been about 38 to 40 degrees F and it's snowing, windy, and sunny outside.   I've never seen snow above freezing like this... at least not for many hours.   Very strange!

Beware the Ides of March!


Anonymous sciencefreak said...

Well, it is possible, even in warmer weather. The secret is dry air. This is because dry air lets the flakes evaporate as they descend, which keeps them cold. In your case, the relative humidity must have been about 60% or less (e.g., use this calculator).

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