Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Snow in August, it's Labor Day Weekend.

Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer, and everyone is making their last minute plans for the long weekend with a bang.  Fireworks, outdoor concerts, local fairs and barbeque.  

Even in these very challenging times, Americans enjoy celebrating the enduring values of our labor force who have shaped this great nation with the highest standards production and ingenuity.  

On the heels of the season we will be getting ready for Fall.  The long-range forecasts are out for the Northeast corridor.   Get ready for sleet, snow, ice and brutal subzero temperatures. 

Paul Pastelok, long-term Accu-Weather forecaster predicts that this November to experience "above-normal temperatures and below-normal precipitation.  By January and February it’s going to get pretty cold.”  

Old Man Winter can deal rough weather.   

Start thinking about if you need a snow-battling 4x4 setup, and join the Audia family as we all pay tribute this Labor Day to our nation's strength, freedom, and leadership — the American worker. 

Source: Christian Science Monitor August 15, 2012 Snow-in-August

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