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Monday, November 22, 2021

Celsius, that is. Which is what the temperature must have been when up to 3 feet of snow fell in parts of southern California this past weekend, the result of a rare “insider slider” storm system.

Insider slider? Wasn’t that Steve Carlton’s go-to pitch?

Okay, so I have no idea if the thermometer truly dipped below the freezing point during this freak snowstorm. But by coincidence, I’ve just finished re-reading “Less Than Zero” by Brett Easton Ellis, and in the interest of bending real-life events to fit my personal worldview, I’m taking artistic license.

I’m hoping this isn’t a harbinger for the cold white stuff hitting Florida. I was here when St. Pete got a dusting of snow in 1989, and I don’t want a repeat performance.

- Costa Tsiokos, Mon 11/22/2004 08:18:00 PM
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