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The temperatures in St. Louis are in the 50's and 60's while San Diego and other parts of California are looking at 30's and 40's. Or so they say.
Tomorrow things will change and we'll be feeling 11 degrees. Or so they say.
Posted by Diane Meyer at 09:40 AM in weather | Permalink
It is very concerning when almost every weather pattern is so extreme (and not just in the US). Those who scoff at this are myoptic only considering the small conveniences we face on a daily basis. These little things are adding up (record temps in the 130's in Australia, extreme flooding in Many parts of the world and to bring home to your little world Ron, low water levels on the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers just to name a recent few).
Either way, San Diego is beautiful with the warm sunny days. I will be warm when I get my overnight shipment from Lands End tomorrow. I did not think I needed all of those winter essentials when I moved out here. I remember how excited I was when I boxed them up and took to Concordia resale shop. Live and learn!!!
Diane F |
January 13, 2013 at 10:10 AM
Diane F., if it's any consolation the last three days are about as cold as it ever gets here in San Diego, and I doubt we average more than 8-10 days like this a year (if that many). And we're back into the 60s Tuesday and headed into the 70s by Thursday.
January 13, 2013 at 08:13 PM
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