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Snow! Kinda, plus music news

First snow of any kind for the season was today -- just light flurries was all I saw, but it's still snow. The overnight low temperatures were 34°F in town, 35 at the bg airport. Either way, about 1°C. Brrr. Guess I should get out of denial and find my winter coat.

It'll warm up -- the temperature for the start of game 3 of the Tigers-A's series tomorrow night is expected to be 43°. Ah, baseball in October in Detroit. No wimpy domed stadium for us, either.

Music news: Don't let the cold weather scare you into staying home on Friday the 13th! Trixie's Coffee will be nice and warm tomorrow night when John Finan and Charlie Monterey play there from 9-12. Cover is $5 (plane fare to Detroit extra). Lots of singer/songwritery goodness with harmonies and guitars.

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primroseburrows
Oct. 13th, 2006 12:34 am (UTC)
Wow. I haven't even had my heat on yet. Just the little portable one at night a couple of times. I complain about the cold, and then I realise how warm we have it in RI compared to Points North. :)
songdogmi
Oct. 13th, 2006 05:04 am (UTC)
I usually keep my house pretty cool. I had to turn the heat on last weekend because I had company, but I would've had to turn it on yesterday regardless, I think.

We had enough snow today to count as the earliest date of measurable snow EVER here -- .2 inches at the big airport (our official recording station) and 1.5 inches at the National Weather Service office.

A couple of days ago, Jim Cantore on the Weather Channel said the storm system that came through yesterday and today reminded him an awful lot of the storm of November, 1974 that sank the Edmund Fitzgerald. I haven't heard of any mishaps on the lakes this time, fortunately.
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