: views from the Hill

Thursday, November 24, 2005

Weather reports from the left and right coasts

We've been having a balmy November, temps in the high 60s, sunshine, blue skies. That's about to change, as one look at today's weather will tell you. Highs in the upper 50s to mid 60s. West winds 5 to 15 mph. Intermittent clouds today with areas of fog in the morning are to give way to showers on Friday. Just as well, without the wind and rain, the air hasn't been as crisp and clean as it will be on Saturday.

Saturday's supposed to be lovely, with the rain returning Sunday-Monday.

Over on the right coast, our younger guy is sharing Thanksgiving dinner with my uncle's family. The younger guy sent this phone-photo of my cousin's house, where the festivities have already begun.

I called to thank him and we talked about the weather. He reports light snow in Boston. My cousin's place is north of Boston and there are a couple inches of snow on the ground already.

I told him that there was no snow on the ground here. In fact, the wisteria is having its fall blooming cycle.

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