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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...

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  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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