What a difference a day makes
By Lynn Fowler
April 13, 2018 9:58pm CST
Although we are technically in the middle of autumn (fall), we have been experiencing an extended summer, with clear, sunny skies and temperatures around 29C (84F.) All that changed today. At 1 pm we have a temp of 12C (53F) but it feels colder with freezing rain, small hail and fierce winds. It seems like the weather has suddenly decided it should be on the march toward winter. Then again, this is Victoria. Next week we could be back to extended summer, or into the depths of winter. Does the weather in the place where you live make a nice, orderly progression between the seasons, or is it up and down like a yo-yo, as ours is? UPDATE: It's now an hour later and absolutely bucketing rain, and Gypsy, one of the cats I am currently "critter sitting" is letting me know loudly and in no certain terms that she is totally unimpressed with the weather.
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• Peoria, Arizona
Very much a yo-yo. We start the morning very nice weather, then it starts getting super hot at like 7am and doesn't cool down until around 8pm. Lately it has been super windy so it has been cooler than normal. Of course in the summer it is just hot, it is just hot, when it is rains it is hot, if it is windy it is dusty hot because so many dust storms.
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
Yes, our weather is up and down like a yo-yo. We're getting snow, lots of it. More than they predicted, which is upping their snow totals. It will be interesting to see what the total accumulation will be on Monday. Gypsy seems to know her mind.