Jason and I discussed a topic of utmost importance over lunch yesterday: The weather, more specifically if it will snow between now and May 15, 2004 in the Salt Lake valley.
He’s convinced it will and I say (and hope) it won’t. So far the 10-day forecast is on my side except for one night with a low of 32°F, but there’s only a 10% chance of precipitation for that day.
Whoever is wrong must declare on their blog that the other person was right.
What do you think? Will it snow in the Salt Lake valley between now and May 15th?
While snow is a distinct possibility, I’m going to exercise my wishful thinking and say no, it’s not going to snow in the valley. There will probably be a little bit in the mountains, though.
It will snow again.
I think it will snow, but it won’t stick to the ground.
Mel – Where do you think it will stick?