Nice. A bit cool but clear and calm.
I dunno what its like..half raining..misty I guess...
cARRIE uNDERWOOD iS mY aMERICAN iDOL
We've had some slammin' thunderstorms last night and this evening. I got knocked off the FORT an hour or so ago when we lost power. And I can hear another one moving in as we speak.
How come none of our Alberta posters mentioned the bizarre hail/flooding situation in Edmonton Sunday? I saw some really astounding photos and would love to hear an eyewitness account.
"I'm telling you - it's a madhouse out there. I feel like Charlton Heston waking up in the field and seeing the chimp on top of the pony." ~ Dennis Miller
100 degrees. Hot!
Well I was born in a small town
And I can breathe in a small town
Gonna die in this small town
And that's prob'ly where they'll bury me
Is anyone else having unseasonably cold weather? In SE Michigan it is in the mid-60's and has been all week. Typical August weather out here is usually in the high 70's-low80's.
It's cold and yucky here today.
Just wanted to say in this thread- if anyone here is living in Florida and undergoing the wrath of Hurricane Charley, I hope you and your family stay safe.
My sister and brother-in-law are flying out to Florida tomorrow morning, They are hoping their flight doesn't get delayed by the bad weather.
I just stepped outside and I think the temp. outside has dropped about 5 degrees in the past hour.
Erin where are they flying to? If it's the central/central west part of the state, they may be out of luck! I'm in Orlando and currently most of the town (pretty much all honestly) is closed down...they already called for all non emergency vehicles to be getting off the roads.
Here as of nearly 5pm it's just rainy...we're expected to see Charley hit us somewhere between 10pm and midnight. It's already coming thru the southwest corner of the state. I'll keep y'all updated as long as I have my internet tonight, but so far, so good, and all of Orlando should be getting tucked into their homes for the evening.
Stay safe, Libra!
It's such a fine line between stupid, and clever. -- David St. Hubbins