We don't usually get "Fall" until it snows sometime in October. It always seems like our weather is stuck on summer until it gets a kick in the pants. Then queue the people who *every year* cry that they guess they aren't getting fall this year since it snowed and now it's just winter and I just roll my eyes.It's supposed to snow this week. Normal stuff.....
I went out this morning thinking it was 80 degrees or more. Nope, 72 just humid as hell.Over the last week or so, temps have dropped from the 100-102 range to the 91-95 range. But it did this via rain from the tropical storm that just blew through.
Which means our humidity is over 9000.
I suppose if it does take a turn towards the coast, we can always nuke it.I've had the nastiest little desire to go through r/TropicalWeather and flag every post from NOAA as "political/untrustworthy source," ever since that fiasco; but I don't want to give the mods there more BS to deal with during the season.
Over 270 daily cold records have been set since Veterans Day