Glad this wasn't a Monday. The winter is giving us a sign that it's not ready to go yet, causing highway grief as well as power outages, close to 30,000 people were without power early this morning according to various reports. Freezing rain pelted roofs throughout Houston and we even got a little thunder last night. This morning we all woke up to slick roads and wonderfully depressing weather to kick off your March.
And in these modern times, what's the misery of a freezing cold rainy day without social media to help relive the moment.
"Freezing rain" sounds like it should be ice, but no. It's needles of rain that pelt you in the face & take away all happiness. #houston
— Lynne Kelly Hoenig (@LynneKelly) March 4, 2014
Lynne pretty much sums it up.
Today's weather (a winter weather warning is in effect until noon), has toppled trees, which downs wires, which cuts power, which leads to a miserable start to the day.
— The Bishop (@BillBishopKHOU) March 4, 2014
And ahh the traffic.
It's an ugly day pic.twitter.com/b6A0ZKeCDQ
— PARTY GETS ME WETTER (@janeebxtch) March 4, 2014
— Dale Lezon (@DaleLezon) March 4, 2014
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Oh, yeah. Those "ASSicles" again.
— Johnny Kelly (@stormchaser4850) March 4, 2014