31 December 2010 1 Comment
The first measurable snowfall of this winter graced the central Nebraska prairie early this morning. Not enough to warrant sledding, but plenty to provide the mystical quiet that comes with the white crystal earth-insulation.
The same storm system produced a tornado in a very small town about 12 miles south of Siloam Springs, Arkansas where we lived until last July. Reports now say five people died. The community doesn’t have any civil defense sirens.