Winter has arrived on the “Rock pile”

2011-12-23 21:03:38.000 – Roger Pushor,  Weather Observer/IT Specialist

Marty the Guard cat – Defender of the Obs

It’s going to be a White Christmas here on the Summit with an additional four to five inches of new snow today so it looks like Santa will have some snow to land on.

Tomorrow evening the guys from the State Park are planning on cooking for us all and we’ll share a meal together. The volunteers are making plans for Christmas dinner with the State Park guys coming over to join us for dinner.

With all the new snow, high winds and colder weather Marty seems to have found a few nice spots in the Living Quarters where he can curl up and stay warm. When we’re all upstairs it’s so nice to know that Marty is keeping a watchful eye on the Living Quarters.

Tomorrow is looking like a cold clear day which should bring with it some great visibility.

 

Roger Pushor,  Weather Observer/IT Specialist

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