Years ago (1982), a friend and I were diving in the Puget Sound area - off Port Orchard. He had an old, yellow wooden 16 ft outboard. I was still in the Navy then, and our ship, USS Constellation, was in the yards at Bremerton.
We had made several dives that afternoon. It was December, late in the afternoon, and each of us had one tank left. Our third dive that day, it was getting darker and quickly more cold. I don't remember the dive itself that much; we were probably getting some rock scallops. Upon surfacing 40 or so minutes later, it was snowing. Everything along the shore had a coating of snow. The sight was something I'll always remember. We returned to the dock in the dark; the snow was still coming down. It was cold but a great end to the day. Hot coffee never tasted better.
great - ac is ground zero for accumulation. ya know all that stuff melts
and makes my freezing surf spot even colder - if that is possible????
i'm getting out the beavertail wetsuit…..:p
We were supposed to get 4 inches and it didn't snow one flake. Stupid weathermen.
We are suposed to get 6" here in VA and it'll be below freezing tomorrow. Hopefully the end is in sight.
about 5.5" in at the moment & no sign of stopping
wishing for no more snow is wishing for a flat spell
5 or 6 inches near but west of ac...