Howard would be first on this fine Solstice, longest day of the year. Weather peeps are revising the heat index downward for this week. Today's 90º has morphed into 86º. And I'm usually about ten degrees lower than the prediction. So I'll take my blessings wherever I can get them.
Very hot little Mesocyclone for about half an hour. Woohoo! Like your own little rodeo in the sky!
The little storm, half-hour, raised the water level in the river as much as the "flash flooding" storms the other night. Bright and sunny again, and cooler.
I envy you the cooler temps!Nice day here, if a bit too warm. The Library was crazy busy today so I have my feet up. Ahhhhh ~
rest, listener, rest!I have always found it kind of odd that the first day of summer is the day we begin to lose light, and will continue to lose it every day till Winter Solstice. . . .
Bit of excitment here: Really violent but brief thunderstrom. This was in the context of a tornado watch for the area. But rain and thunder are past now. All quiet.
I've never seen so many of these tiny/hot storms as I have this year. They seem to pop up from nowhere, do their stuff and run like hell. At least we didn't get any hail from this one.
Beautiful photo, listener...but you knew that.
Thanks, Cat. Actually, I was underwhelmed. I wanted a photo showing great rays of light, but this will do. After all, I don't mean to encourage ol' Sol to get much hotter! 8-)
Agreed. Mother is none too happy with us these days.
So glad you came through it well, Bill!
I always find that comforting...On the dog days of Summer I can comfort myself that we're slowly cooling down.As the Winter gets rugged, I can comfort myself that we're slowly warming up.
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