WE’RE STILL HERE!!!!

December 22nd, 2012 at 12:01 am by under Bill's Blog, Weather

The Lions playoff hopes have disappeared, but the world is still here!  Yesterday wasn’t doomsday.  Now I really DO have to get Christmas presents!  Have a good weekend.  Watch us on TV for details on the next storm on the way for next week.

13 Responses to “WE’RE STILL HERE!!!!”

  1. phlrnnr says:

    First!

    Here is hoping for a nice snow storm!

  2. storm waning says:

    Next? Doesn’t there have to be a first…… in order for there to be a next?

    1. fixxxer says:

      Lol i agree.

      1. Mike in Hamilton says:

        you’re nuts if you do not call that last event a storm (maybe foolish). Not a snow storm for everyone, but that was a lot of rain and wind.. how is that not a storm?

        I know in holland this morning it finally earned it’s winter weather advisory. around 9am, the roads were pretty miserable…

  3. Jack says:

    CUE: Paul Simon – Still Crazy After All These Years + lyrics – YouTube
    ► 3:23► 3:23
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ksa4VjKE3RY

  4. Jack says:

    Followed BY.. SPIN : Jackson Browne – I’m Alive (Video Clip) – YouTube
    ► 4:59► 4:59
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYwSAIKlkeI

  5. Scott (west olive) says:

    Love those twos. Think their names were Bill & Craig if I remember right. Lol. :)

    1. big Daddy BC says:

      LOL

  6. Tom L says:

    Somewhere way up in heaven, some old Mayan stone cutter must be having a good laugh. He must be thinking, “Boy I really freaked them out, didn’t I?” LOL!!! :)

    1. Wanda G says:

      Yes, I’m sure he is but I was hoping for the heightened level of enlightenment that was supposed to happen when the sun aligned with the galactic equator :) But as I read up on that part…it apparently happens every year…still I was hoping!

  7. SBPortage002 says:

    Maybe the Mayans were talking about our winters. The end of winters in Michigan as we knew them. Oh wait, that started last winter.

    1. SlimJim NW GR (1) says:

      No they were looking at the long range forecast models.
      SlimJim

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