Ennis Daily News

Weather lessons apparent


Phil Banker

Phil Banker

Boy is my face red.

Not a week after I write 500 words about how much I love snow, half the country gets covered in yet another crippling snowstorm.

The differences between what Southerners consider a “crippling snowstorm” and what people elsewhere would call it are moot, at this point.

The weather events in Georgia and Alabama have shown us that whether its six inches or two feet of snow, there’s no magic number that makes winter weather hazardous.

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