The Last Jolt of Winter

Last night when I went to bed, about 11:00 pm, it was unusually warm…about 78 degrees. That’s not so uncommon for summertime temperatures, but we’re net yet in mid-April, so these beastly hot evening temperatures are neither expected nor appreciated.

Everything has changed now, though.  The temperature has fallen to 46 this morning.  A steady rain has begun to fall.  Thunderstorms are in the forecast through mid-day.

Though there’s no longer a threat of freezing weather, this latest blast of cold air signals that winter has not left us completely.  Summer was trying to come early, but it was stopped.  I only hope the early onset of high seventies at night is not a sign of things to come, but I am afraid it is.

About John Swinburn

"Love not what you are but what you may become."― Miguel de Cervantes
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