Summer is here

2010-04-03 11:26:27.000 – Steve Welsh,  IT Observer

Crowds

Summer is here!

So far today we haven’t been below 45 degrees Fahrenheit, which, for the time of year is really something. Consider that our previous record high temperature for the 3rd of April was 42 degrees set back in 1981. Couple the balmy temperatures with very light winds and strong sunshine and it’s almost beach weather out there.

Needless to say all this unusual fine weather has brought the crowds out in force. Doing the weather observations this morning felt very strange indeed – not only could I go out in a T-shirt but there were people everywhere – just like summer.

NOTE: If you’re as excited as we are to see the MWO “Cantore’s Stories” on The Weather Channel, then you’ll be bummed to hear that you’ll have to wait just a little bit longer. TWC has delayed its airing indefinitely– we think they’re just not quite finished editing. But we know (that you know) anticipation makes indulgence all the sweeter.

 

Steve Welsh,  IT Observer

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