It was 52 degrees at 5:30 a.m., a bit chillier than I'd like, but one thing I've learned about weather --I can't do anything about it--I'm just thankful for it!!
Here in Eastern TN., it has been the most delightful spring and summer we've seen since I have been here for 12 years. Simply ideal weather. Moving here from San Francisco, the humidity here drives me inside before 11AM. This summer, it has been very green, with rain nearly every 3 to 4 days. I might add that we have thunder storms and lightening, rather unusual for the Bay area except for this year, when I hear lightening has been acting up. What is that all about? A couple nights ago. we had a ouple storms move through here that produced a tornado and the most terrific electrical storm. That was scary and beatiful at the same time.
I live in south Puget Sound in WA state. we have th best weather in the country. Can't complain.
I live in the UK and our bad weather in the UK during this last winter was caused by a Jiggly or meandering jet stream that when it got to the UK stuck over us for more than 2 months giving us the wettest, windiest weather and storms not heard of since records began. I hope this was just a short Jiggle and does not get stuck over us again as we are having the hottest summer in a long while and we are loving it.
I'm from the USA state Missouri and I know what ya talking about, except it's opposite the weather here is beautiful! Well like one day it's in the 90s then the next day the 80s!we say our state is bipolar lol! Enjoy your weather my friend!
I live in Oklahoma and the lack of extremely hot air is AWESOME! Usually it feels like you have a hair dryer on high, pointing it right at your face, up close and personal outside. My concern is whether or not we are going to have a horrific winter or not. We haven't had unusual weather extremes in a while, we're due. I lived in Houston for almost eight years in the 90s and it's an oven there too. I think Texas has more 3 digit days of heat than Oklahoma does, however, either way you slice it, IT'S JUST PLAIN HOT IN BOTH PLACES, "USUALLY" while living in Texas, I did see it snow. To me it was hilarious how the city acted. They shut down everything over, what we call in Oklahoma, a dusting of snow. :-D We didn't have much snow last few winters here and now a weird summer. I hope that doesn't mean a weird winter with a lot of snow. PLEASE OOOOOOOO!!! :'( :'( :-( :-(
It just don't come far enough south to get into SE Alabama. It is horrible here in the summer. If I could afford it would move to some part of this country that more than two seasons (miserable and cool) A winter with snow, spring that was longer than summer, and a autumn that began August and lasted till late October.
After thought...I'm watching for the butterfly migration, a sure sign fall is on the way. Usually occurring in October, last year it started in late August...followed by a crazy amount of acorns dropping. Nature knows LONG before Science does.
Whatever it's called, it sure was delightful. The media shows scary headlines like "return of the polar vortex" or "summer freeze" to grab people's attention, that's the main problem with the media. They only focus on the negatives. How about name the headline "Refreshing air mass sweeps down from Canada" because I don't know of anybody that has complained about this weather! Admittedly there has been a lack of real sustained summer heat in the eastern US.. we've had our fair share of warm-hot days but nothing too excessive. Many folks like how we're not in an extreme pattern like recent years. I will take "seasonably hot" over "extreme heat" any day.