Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Wednesday Explorers Club ~ Where the Snow flies
The other day I went for a walk and discovered that weather can be very local. Heading down one road, we were buffeted by cold wind and snow falling around us. But - turn a corner and walk a few hundred steps - and we're surrounded by sunshine. And it's ten degrees warmer (no wind!). Taking a look back, I could see the flurry - a faint cloud hugging the trees and road we'd just walked.
Likewise, in the summer we get local rain showers. It can be pouring buckets in the village, but turn onto our road and it's dry. There's often a clear division showing where the cloud sat. On that side: rain. On this: nothing.
How's the local weather where you live?
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Ah, I live in Northern California. It's almost always warm and dry from April through November. Then, with any luck at all, it will rain a lot. Praying for rain right now. I miss snow.ReplyDelete