Wednesday, February 20, 2013

An Early Morning Hot Tub Hail Shower With More Scheduled Tomorrow For North Texas

I quickly retreated to the hot tub after a short pool dip this morning to look up at a rather threatening sky.

A few minutes after looking up at a rather threatening sky all hail broke loose in the form of little pellets of frozen water pummeling earth, and me, from the rather threatening sky.

The hail falling did not last very long.

I enjoyed the ice shower while it lasted, due to the frozen water pellets creating an odd sensation when pummeling when one is mostly immersed in tub of very hot water.

I heard on the radio this morning that the weather predictors are predicting some heavy duty storming tomorrow. Apparently a line of storms is advancing from the west, which should hit the western end of the D/FW Metroplex about the time the sun arrives.

Straight line winds up to 60 mph and hail is predicting by the predictors. And rain. And maybe some lightning. With a chance of a tornado thrown into the mix.

My appointment with the hot tub should be very interesting tomorrow morning.

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