Threatening thunder storms, and I have a flight out of here in 3 hours. No delays fit the schedule, as I only have 45 minutes to change planes in Chicago -- if all goes well. Oh please, go well! My last flight out of town three weeks ago was 5 hours late leaving because of storms in Dallas, where I connected. Had a confirmed connection out of Dallas to Boston, though, before I ever left Albuquerque. Miracles happen, they say.
Very pleasant on the Welsh borders this morning. Some wispy cirrus in a pale blue sky. I might even be able to get out for a stroll at lunchtime. But let's see what Bertha brings us over the weekend...
It has been the best summer I can remember since 2003, but for the past 3 days it's been very unpredictable, and today has so far been gray and rainy all along. They say autumn-like weather is coming this weekend.
Which is just fine with me, as I've had summer-like temperatures since late february (first in Africa, and ever since I returned, in Holland). I'm a four-seasons kinda guy, and 6 months of summer is too much for me...
(Southern HollandNetherlands, 5km from the Belgian border)
Weird weather here in N. Alabama. We were hitting 95 degrees with head index up to 102. Last few days have been in the mid to high 80s. This weekend is supposed to be back in the mid 90's with 80 percent humidity.
Hot and humid.....looks like the rest of the week will be uncomfortable. I'll be organizing albums in air-conditioned comfort only to emerge for brief early morning or evening dog walks when the sun isn't so pesky. Where's October?
Hot and humid here, too, but I just finished showering after a 40 minute bike ride around my neighborhood. Summer is not my favorite, but I'm slowly working myself into riding shape after years of riding my bike a few times a year. I'm trying to ride 3 times a week, even in sweltering weather. Autumn is when I plan to take my bike out on some local beginner trails.