Friday, October 28, 2011

A mite chilly for Rosh Chodesh Marcheshvan

It was 39 degrees Fahrenheit (3.89 Celsius)when I left for morning minyan, and it's going to snow tomorrow. This is New York City--we're not used to getting sub-40 days and/or snow before mid-November. I'm not looking forward to this coming winter. But I'd better used to this weather--if it looks like global warming, and it acts like global warming . . . Sigh. As I said, we just live here.

In case you missed it, here's my parsha post for Parshat B'reishit and Parshat Noach.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not so much Global Warming..
it is La Nina.

Fri Oct 28, 10:41:00 AM 2011  
Blogger Shira Salamone said...

Thanks for suggestion another possible explanation. I forgot all about La Nina.

Fri Oct 28, 10:51:00 AM 2011  
Blogger The Reform Baal Teshuvah said...

One of my clients told me it snowed in New Hampshire last night. None yet in MN ב''ה.

Fri Oct 28, 06:19:00 PM 2011  
Blogger Shira Salamone said...

Lucky you (thus far), Reform BT. No such luck here--the rain turned into a wet and heavy snow in the middle of the Shabbat morning service. Walking home was a bit scary for Ms. Klutz, who's already broken each wrist at least once. But at least we still have electricity. There are power outages all over NYC, north Jersey, and further north in NY State.

Sun Oct 30, 04:43:00 PM 2011  

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