August 1 and the Dry Creek Valley is covered with the fog, a “big” fog in every direction that the naked eye can look. The late weather forecaster of Cumberland Co. said that for every fog in Aug., there would be a snow in the Winter. She was pretty much correct in her forecasts, and many people living in this area depended upon her to forecast the winter.We are not a weather forecaster, but for sure we have just experienced one “hot” July, and we think that this first week in Aug. will continue to be very hot, maybe 100º for Wednesday.School days are here for our teachers and soon for the students.
August fogs predict snow for the winter
Dry Creek Flashes