Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by general eclect, May 19, 2013.
My out-of-state family's here, arrived on the 28th. Naturally, since it was in the 70s and 80s but a few days ago, now that they--and millions of people from around the world, for the Rose Parade--are here, it's been a brisk 60-ish with high winds. Oh well, whatever. The grandkids are going to have a blast snowboarding up at Big Bear, where it's much colder than down here.
Besides, I can always pull out photos of the 10-year-old when he was a toddler, playing NAKED with the hose in my backyard one January when it was 105 degrees. But I don't want him to die of embarrassment! I don't know if he knows Grandma used to bathe him, change his diapers, etc.
Yeah don't do that.
Is it on Google Photos?
Surprisingly Spring-like at °54.
Happy New Years!
It's going to be around 50 (!) with a high wind advisory...it's windy out there! Pretty goodly gusts are kicking up and will all day, I should check to be sure my charger is all charged!
°55 right now.
Is it Autumn changes?
Winter hould start any time now...
62 with light drizzle.
Be nice if we had some sun.
Sun? What is that object you speak of?
I work overnights.
No, I've refrained...thus far.
It's time to break out the shorts and flip-flops
Rain, snow, sunshine, rain, ice, snow sunrise, fallen arrows from the sky themselves, fire launchers, etc.
micropolitan area. I learned a new word.
Sunny and bright with a temp of 62°.
Expected high of 68, today.
Temps reached the mid fifties today but it did not feel warm. Overcast skies and a brisk wind made it a bit chilly.
Snowed way earlier this morning
Sometimes its to cold to snow in Boston.
Didn't even have to wear gloves home from work today!
A bit nippy but comfortable
Last night's Real Feel was single digits. Tonight's will be sub-zero.
Glad I'm off tonight.
Tonight's low in the teens with a wind chill in the brass monkey digits.
They say we might get some snow over the weekend, unless we don't.
Wind makes it feel like 12 degrees
Glad to be off my side occupation.