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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by heltershelton, Oct 11, 2018.
its cold as hell out here.
yesterday it was hot.
Menopause dude. Congratulations, you’re going through the change
It's a perfect 65 outside right now. The native Californians were already bundled up and complaining of cold at my friendly neighborhood taquieria. I was in cargo shorts, t-shirt, and flip-flops because of course I was.
texas is messed up. ill mark this day for future reference as the first day of the year i had to put a jacket on.
I don't know...
Maybe it has something to do with that little weather event in the gulf?
Right now Birmingham is getting a little bit of drizzle, but it's warm, and humid as f****
Texas is messed up. I haven't lived anywhere else where I experienced five seasons in one day. It started off sunny and got up into the high 80's. Then it rained. Sunny again. Then more clouds. Plunged to the 40's. Then there was lightning.
Damn, what's the next season? Locusts?
Ah the mysteries of life.
Here, 53 degrees (12C). Winds at 0 mph, gusting to 4 mph. Precipitation at 10 percent. Pollen is moderate, with an air quality index is good.
No Frogs come before locusts.
And then the first-born dies???
You're sorta just proving my point, here.
That sounds nice, too. Bluejeans, a long-sleeve shirt, and some skater shoes. Good to go.
Oh, I thought this was ST. I didn't realize that we actually had to have a point.
We do, actually.
Fall weather = awesome.
Guitars = awesome.
There's more I'm sure, but that's a pretty solid start.
Yesterday was 80, supposed to be 59 today.
yeah man, that fast. 12 hours ago where I am, it was 85. now it's 53.
Low of 70 Thursday morning
Predicted low of 36 Sunday morning!
Time to check the furnace
should be less than 90 here today but will probably be cuz the rain is dancin sideways
Reverse your schedule . Stay in bed when its hot . Run around when its cold .
Our Birmingham’s the same, 18 degrees and drizzle
We don't have fall or "Autumn" here.
It goes straight from (Indian) summer to winter.