Snow Covered SF
In late February the weather man was talking crazy about how it was going to snow in San Francisco. I was like, "This is madness", and the weather man was like, "This is Sparta!". Even though I didn't believe him, I could not pass up the chance that by some fluke there would actually be snow in the city of fog, so I called up a friend and we met up in the city at six in the morning to see if we could get some nice pictures or snow-covered San Francisco.
As you can see in this picture of the city from Dolores Park, the weather man had lied to us once again. Not only was there no snow, there was zero precipitation. Ice Man couldn't turn a snow cone in this weather. There were only two tiny, feeble-looking clouds hanging low on the horizon. I guess the weather man thought these two scary storm clouds would somehow produce enough snow to blanket the city. Weather men seem to be optimistic gamblers. Can you imagine the damage they would do to their life savings if they were let loose upon Las Vegas?
At least I was able to get this cool shot of San Francisco waking up. I hold no grudge weather man, I know it is tough having to guess what mother nature is going to do from day to day. Just stop pretending it is some sort of science.
Weather Man = 1
Christian = 0