Picture this: its mid-February, snow is pouring down, filling every lawn and street. The temperature is in the single digits and you’re outside shoveling snow or building a snowman, whatever you prefer. You look down your street and all you see is white masking the buildings and houses afar. You’re enjoying this right?
Well guess what it’s not real, because you are probably in Richmond sweating to death thinking, there should be snow on the ground and cold air whipping through the trees, considering it’s the middle of winter and all.
50, 60 degree weather, what is this - summer? Where’s the cold weather? Why is it that every city in America is getting brisk cool air and snow, except Richmond? It seems as though every time Richmond has a chance for snow we always seem to get the southern or northern tip, or the storm just splits in half and completely misses the city.
Is that a good thing? Should we be concerned about this lack of winter temperatures precipitations or is it simply Richmond? What do you think? Should we hope for colder weather or just not worry weather or not we get it?