If you feel that you are adequately informed on where the different candidates stand on important issues, then please vote. Otherwise, please respect engaged voters by staying home.
Adam, I agree with you. But as Jim points out, couldn't have better weather for voting... and for digging skis and snow shovels out of the garage.
I vote for winter, and less political banter.
In the satellite image above, what accounts for the strange dappled radar over Texas and the midwest?
Those are commonly called "clear air returns," which can be produced by atmospheric turbulence and "non meteorological" targets, such as ground clutter (from topography or buildings), bugs, etc.
Maybe the radar is picking up clusters of people standing in line at polling locations. Teasing, of course.