Let me say Happy Holidays to those who have visited my website and thank you for the views (yes, even those who spike my views to nearly 100 visitors in a day.)
But is it really a happy holiday without snow? In this individual's mind, not really. This is the second time I've encountered what is called a brown Christmas (Christmas day without snow). Who is responsible for this? I'll tell you who is responsible: the warm fronts that lasted for several days. Above average temperatures caused all the snow to melt (and yes, I LOVE the snow and cold).
It's not really Christmas without snow because it's unseasonal. Would you rather wake up to Christmas day to snow on the ground, or a really depressing looking grassland? I'd take the former any day of the week. But there is some good news: I found out that temperatures are going to drop this week (insert really nerdy smiley face). I say this not to irritate people, but rather because I am an allergy sufferer and warmer weather doesn't do me any good. It is true that it is drier when it's colder, but I'll take dry skin over allergies ANY DAY!
Ken Kriho is an upcoming videographer. He will write anything (except for non-fiction and children's literature). Ken is also a graduate with a degree in Art from UWEC.