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Early winter, again


Winter has arrived, says meteorologist Bob Rose of the Lower Colorado River Authority. About a month early. Cold and raining this week, at least through Wednesday. Then highs only in the 50s. Even some snow forecast but not expected to be cold enough for it to stick. Nothing like the above sat photo of 2004’s record snowfall across South Texas. That dark spot on the upper left edge of the snow line is Lake Travis. I could do without a repeat early winter, the same thing that happened to us last year. But since global temps haven’t been warming for twelve years now (contrary to the delusional convictions of so-called climate "scientists" and other warm-mongering politicians) I suppose we have to expect it.