Sunday, February 11, 2007

The forecast

Copied from our weather watcher this morning:

SOUTH POLE WEATHER for Feb. 11th 2007

Skies: Going to hell.
Temperature: Going to hell in a hand basket.
Visibility: Going to hell in a banana sled.
Winds: Going to hell through the sewer bulb.
Weather: Going to hell on a DOM cable.
Better get out and do your skiing, jogging, Frisbee golfing, etc, early.
It’s going to start getting ugly by the evening.
Enjoy your day off!

Tomorrow’s Outlook: Even worse.

Historical Data for Feb. 11th 2007
Avg. Daily Temp
-39.8 C/-39.6 F

Record Max -25.0 C/-13.0 F 1980
Record Min -48.1 C/-54.6 F 1982
Strongest Wind 27 Kts / 31 MPH 2005

MCMURDO WEATHER for Feb. 11th 2007

A hell of a lot better than here.

4 Comments:

At 11:28 PM, Blogger Neal said...

Hmmmm, I obviously never looked at the scroll today.

 
At 8:08 PM, Anonymous Dave said...

Very cool pictures of your trip back to the Pole! Weather like that's just about expected, though, after you've been there before, right?

They ever find a doc for the station this year?

 
At 10:28 PM, Blogger Heidi said...

Yeah, we're used to weather like that by now, which means that hell can't be all that bad. We do have a doc for the winter now and as soon as the last 2 crew members arrive tomorrow, we just have to get rid of the remaining summer people and winter can begin.

 
At 6:32 PM, Blogger wweronko said...

It is an odd sort of universe. Dark matter, dark energy, gamma ray bursters and people wintering over. I certainly appreciate your uniqueness.

 

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