Hello loyal readers. This is The daily Bone and I'm your hardy doggie reporter Chester L. W. Spaniel.
All day long we've been hearing about the big storm on the East Coast. Some call it a bomb cyclone. Others call it a nor'easter. I've put a link at the end of this post that has some great videos of the storm moving up the coast. It does indeed look a lot like a hurricane!
While we here in Western NY will probably not receive much snow from this weather system, we still have high winds and bitter cold temperatures. We've been getting some Lake effect snow too. Here is what it looked like on one of our main highways during rush hour:
The birdies and (gag) squirrels have been snarfing up seeds all day in our yard.
|A squirrel with a scraggly tail.|
What little sun we got, looked kind of bleary. Ghostwriter says the wind was whirring ominously through the treetops all day, and the clouds were flowing by at a fast pace.
Meanwhile, my Florida associate Miss Charlee says it was in the thirties today. People in South Florida often don't have central heating in their homes. Charlee says she's trying to keep warm with space heaters, and heating blankets.
She also said iguanas are falling from the trees! She sent me a link to a story about them, which is given below at the end of my post. Can you imagine a gigantic iguana falling on your head, or on your car as you're driving? I wonder if we'll get squirrels falling from trees?
For my last story, our Oma moved to a new room at the nursing home. Now she has a bed by the window, and hopefully a room mate who isn't up all night watching TV.
Ghostwriter says she'll go visit Oma next week when the weather is supposed to warm up some. But for now, I'm going to sleep! I hope everyone keeps warm! Good night!