Global warming is prevent me from going home

Son James and I tried to go to Moscow, Idaho last night. It was snowing in the Seattle area and eastbound Snoqualmie pass was closed due to car accidents cause by slick roads. We looked at the pass reports and Stevens pass looked good. Assuming light traffic and good roads it’s an hour longer but at least it wasn’t closed and the road was bare. Maybe we could drive faster than the storm and make it to the pass before the storm did.

We took off and the traffic in the Seattle area was heavy and it became stop and go as we neared Monroe. By the time we got to within about 10 miles of Stevens pass the road had a couple inches of snow and was very, very slick. Stop and go traffic on a incline halted our progress and we had to turn around and come back into the Seattle area. We are going to try again today. The backyard of my bunker has snow on the ground this morning. Mid-April snow at less that 500 feet above sea level in the Seattle area? There can only be one explanation: Al Gore was right, it has to be Global Warming Climate Change.


Just north of Kirkland.


Just north of Woodinville.

Update: We made it home via Snoqualmie Pass without incident, arriving about 12:20 PM. The above post was written, but I was unable to post it, about 6:45 AM.

One thought on “Global warming is prevent me from going home

  1. We live about halfway between Woodinville and Snohomish – a mile or two northwest of your second picture. The measured snowfall in the Albertsons parking lot near our house was ten inches; here’s a picture of our cul-de-sac at about 7:30 PM:

    http://www.pavoninestudios.com/snowdayapr.jpg

    Ten inches of snow in one afternoon in the Puget Sound after tax day?

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