It has been brutally cold here in Columbus, with several below-zero days. Yesterday we got a lot of snow and the temperature almost hit 32 — but we didn’t quite make it, and now the mercury is plunging down again and more frigid weather is in the forecast.
I’m not complaining; other parts of the country have had it worse than us. In fact, there is cold, snowy weather throughout the heartland of America. A photo taken of middle America by NASA’s Terra satellite shows the wide snow belt, with the Buckeye State right smack dab in the middle. It makes me shiver just to look at it.
Hey, it’s winter — what did you expect?