|Welcome to the Wednesday Coffee Hour here on Street Prophets. This is an open thread where we can talk about what’s going on in our worlds.
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For the past two weeks we have had a cooling spell with some rain for the first time in months here in the Willamette Valley.
Yesterday the high was 91°. Today it is forecasted to be 94°. Next week we are forecasted to drop down to 68° as our high and 46° our low.
Looks like this may be our last week of hot summertime temps.
Per the Farmers Almanac weather forecast:
Cool, dry conditions should take hold during the opening days of fall, followed by a spell of biting cold and some unsettled weather in November and December.
Most regions should see some extremely pleasant days, punctuated by rain, through much of September and October. Halloween will be unseasonably cold this year for the Eastern states and provinces – so dress those little ghouls and goblins up in something warm. Farther west, we expect some light snow over the Rockies, and east into Texas, with rainy conditions in the Northwest, for Halloween.
Thanksgiving could coincide with a wintry storm moving across the Central and Eastern States, including up to six inches of snow for the Great Lakes region. Elsewhere, the holiday weekend will be blustery and cold.
As fall begins to blur into winter, we are red flagging December 16–19 as dates for major weather disturbances which could deliver widespread wintry precipitation.
My gardens and flowers are starting to show signs that Summer is winding down. How about where you are?
It is #boobiewednesday.....
Do a Self Breast Exam and #kickcancer!
and what time is dinner? I'll be right over! ;D
All photos ⒸBlueJessamine.