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Oh the Weather!

(I checked my blog roll to make sure no one blogged about weather. Susan came close...but this post will most notably not be about a Sunday drive on a bike.)

The weather down here in SE GA is gorgeous!

I have to say I'm sorry to all my northern readers who have very cold temps or worse, snow. (Unless you like snow - then, congratulations. You can keep it.)

Today was warm (73) with a slight breeze. The sun was out and it was just beautiful!

Tomorrow is supposed to be better - 80! (But then it goes back down to 60. Bummer)

And yes, I know many of you would love to have 60 degree weather right now. I get it. But you see, down here in the south, we don't expect winter to last for more than a couple of weeks. We are all ready for spring (especially on days like today).

Than again, aside from the four-day holiday weekend the schools here have, maybe we're all itching for spring break?

Yeah, that's gotta be it.

Until next time...

Comments

  1. Ahhh ... the weather IS nice indeedy! We need a bit of rain now though. Anyway, wish I could hop on 2 wheels and just go ... ♥ ∞

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  2. Same here in Alabama, unfort. we have bad weathe coming in tomorrow in the form of severe weather. Ah..tornado season is upon us.

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  3. It's beautiful here in NC, too; just a slightly cooler version of what you're getting. It's so great to have a few days of spring, even if I know it's going to get cold again. Spring's right around the corner!

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  4. I loved the weather when I lived in Waycross--most of the time. It's summer here in NZ, so I can appreciate your warm spell.

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