Folks in the north are experiencing above average amounts of snowfall. For this reason, many schools are closed.
Here, in Georgia where I live, the schools are also closed. But we have no snow.
"Mom," my son said when he came home yesterday. "Tomorrow is a snow day!"
I looked outside where the sun was shining brightly. I looked at the thermometer. 47 degrees Fahrenheit. "Are you sure about that?"
"Yeah! We're going to get snow!"
Fast forward to today. When we woke up, the thermometer read 43 degrees. Not cold enough to snow. Sure, it was raining, but this stuff wasn't going to freeze.
It's a little colder right now, but the sun is shining. For the life of me, I can't understand why they closed the schools. And the government offices. Ridiculous!
Let's hope it doesn't snow on Superbowl Sunday. Atlanta is hosting it. We're going to be in trouble if a few flakes fall. It'll be the first time ever that the Superbowl is cancelled!