On This Date in History: People in Trees, Horses on Roofs - This was the big one, the one that people have seen in photos and film footage, heard about from parents, maybe even remember firsthand. During the night o...
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
We had ourselves a dark and stormy night in North Texas.
Lightning struck, thunder boomed, wind blew and rain fell.
I do not know if rain fell in amounts copious enough to have restored the Village Creek Blue Bayou to its blue state.
I do not believe I will be in the Village Creek Blue Bayou zone today to see if it is no longer a Brown Bayou.
The outer world at my location is currently being cooled, naturally, to 72 degrees. My windows are open. My air-conditioning is turned off.
More lightning is in the forecast today, along with a forecasted temperature high of less than 100 degrees.
Are the Dog Days of Summer over? Or are they yet to come?
Posted by Durango at 9:35 AM