Sunday, January 15, 2012

Weather Frog detects snow.


Here is Weather Frog at first light this morning.  WF has detected a thin layer of granular snow, which is crunchy to walk on, and hopeless for snowball construction. 

6 comments:

dAwN said...

Hee Hee..smart frog! i need one of those.

mr_subjunctive said...

The accuracy of Weather Frog is spooky.

Lea's Menagerie said...

Looks like Weather Frog is just as good as the TV weatherman! And much more interesting than a TV weather map!
Lea

Kim said...

Funny!

biobabbler said...

Wow, accurate again! Amazing. Snow. Yes, I've heard of it, but I was at many-thousand-feet yesterday and saw very little (and this is the Sierra NEVADA??). However, I'm glad to see your frog is still 100% accurate, and hope we get some of that white stuff SOME time.

Incoming precip (allegedly) later this week. We'll see. This perma-November is getting creepy.

Heidi said...

Weather detector or Styrofoam detector? The species are similar and can be tricky to i.d.