It's 2:30 and still no sign of snow. As a matter of fact, it doesn't even appear to be raining. The streets are wet, so I know it's rained but nothing currently. The TCF time/temp clock says it's 41 degrees out. It said 43 degrees at 9 this morning. Could it be that we have our first "meterologist overreaction to storm potential" of the year?? I'm starting to think so. According to the weather folks, traffic should be sliding through intersections about now.
Since nothing interesting is happening weather-wise, here's a little tidbit of "Today in Music History." On this day in 1959, Johnny & the Moondogs - made up of future Beatles John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison - takes part in the finals of a talent competition in which the winner appears on English TV's Star Search. Unfortunately, the last bus back to Liverpool leaves before the judging is due to occur, and the band is forced to pull out.
And yes, I know it was Herman's Hermits that sang Bus Stop, not the Beatles. So sue me.