Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by rhubarbodendron, Nov 26, 2013.
63 F, bright sun and springlike. Me likey.
69 F and raining.
Colder today... supposed to be in the 30's.
It's almost 70 right now, but now they're calling for possible snow showers and daytime highs around just 38 on Monday. Somebody tell Mother Nature to put down the bottle and sober up for a few. These wild temperature swings are hard to keep up with.
In St. Louis, you just get used to them. It's about 69 F right now, but we're expecting a couple of inches of snow tomorrow.
^^^ Same deal in CT. Got up to 55 yesterday, today they're saying high of 32. But we're going to miss the snow this time, it's not supposed to get north of LI Sound. (I probably just screwed us by saying that.)
48, overcast and chilly rain is on the way if it hasn't already begun. By tomorrow this will supposedly transition over to snow and sleet, so if any of my friends want to grab dinner they'd best do it today.
Only in the 20's today... dang it .
-8C and sunny.
Over 80 F here today. A bit warm.
43 degrees, chilly and mostly clear skies.
2C and raining hard. Snow is melting rapidly.
It's raining and 42, with a fog alert and probably high winds later as well. Living on the water is just wonderful. Highly recommended.
It's snowing. Temperature is currently -11C (with wind chill; it's really blowing out there), and supposed to go down to -22C by tomorrow morning. We're just getting a bit of what got dumped on the eastern side of the Rockies.
This is fairly normal for this area and time of year, though. Spring almost never really comes before April, sometimes not until May. Even then I never believe it until June (ever since the blizzard that shut down the city on May 29, 1986).
We're less than one hour into spring and as of right now it's 56 degrees with bright sun and blue skies. Gorgeous.
Rain and wind
In the 40's near 50 today. Supposed to rain tonight along with snow.
67 F and partly cloudy, but it definitely feels like spring out there and I'm glad.
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