Seeing a sliver of the moon directly overhead would seem to indicate at least a partially clear sky.
Currently, in the outer world at my location, it is 58 degrees. Yesterday's high got into the 70s.
I think I will see if swimming is doable this morning.
Changing the subject from the sublime to the ridiculous.
I watched last night's Republican debate.
Changing the subject from the ridiculous back to the weather.
My old home zone is bracing for what the weather predictors are predicting may be a record breaking snowstorm, arriving on Wednesday, with possible accumulations of well over a foot of the white stuff all over the Puget Sound lowlands.
In all my years of living in the Puget Sound lowlands zone I can only remember one time the snow got over a foot deep. That was in December of 1996. That particular snowstorm had me trapped on the hill my house sat on for almost a week. I could only travel by cross country ski til the snow melted.
|Spencer Jack's Dad's Fidalgo Drive-In|
This morning Spencer Jack's dad, my nephew Jason, sent me a picture of what his restaurant, the Fidalgo Drive-In, was looking like yesterday.
My nephew's restaurant is in Anacortes, on Fidalgo Island, hence the name of the restaurant. Anacortes is a port town. It is where you hop a ferry to get out to the San Juan Islands, or to Victoria, up in British Columbia.
A cold front is moving in today at my current location on the planet. I see no snow in the forecast.