Anyway...MERRY CHRISTMAS, YOU GUYS!
Some days, when it was sunny, it was warm enough for a t-shirt.
We should get mildly lower temps and a bit of snow next week, but it's doubtful it will stay.
I try not to rub it in to people back home when I'm in short sleeves while their thermometers don't make it past 0.
You read it! You can't unread it!
Today is 3.14!
Spring (in the northern hemisphere) will last three months until June 21 at 3:51 am PDT, and then summer will go until the autumnal equinox on Sept. 22 at 7:59 pm.
(Winter begins on December 21, at 3:03 PM PST).
From the Griffith Observatory website
Now that spring has arrived to one of the drought areas of the U.S. (SoCal), rain is in the forecast for later this week
Usually, SoCal has "May Gray" and "June Gloom." Don't see any of this happening this year. Just heat, wind, and summer in spring 2014.
This has been the wettest summer since official measurements started.
First we had catastrophic floods is June. Thousands of people lost their homes in Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia, and there were even some deaths.
Since then a week didn't go by without at least some rain. For the last two months we had a rainy day followed by a sunny, hot day.
Today it was pouring all morning and part of the afternoon, with temperature around 20°C. It's hard to believe yesterday was sunny and hot.
This year the winter was extremal, in the same way as in Europe and America. In life of anything similar never saw.
I do not like summer, too hot. Typically, temperature kept in a range + 100/104 ° F (37/40 ° C), sometimes higher, and it is normal.
Although, you will not believe me, certainly...
The best season is a spring!
Now I ready to sell soul for good heavy rain, two weeks weather hot as in hell.
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