Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Last week...

I was wearing shorts and basking in the sun. Now I'm back to wearing my heavy coat, scarf, and gloves. WTF, New England?!

11 comments:

Brigid said...

When Barkley went out this morning it was 36 degrees. When I got off work it was in the mid seventies. Now I know what menopause is like.

Old NFO said...

Hehehe, welcome to New England... :-)

Ross said...

Welcome to New England, Christine. If you don't like the weather... wait 5 minutes.

Suldog said...

Hah! Now you're REALLY from here. No one really is until they experience a sudden weather change. Welcome!

Mike W. said...

Same here in DE. It sucks! Bring on springtime!

Silver the Evil Chao said...

It was 75 here last week...and yet I drove in snow yesterday morning. You're not the only ones!

Mark said...

I demand proof of you wearing shorts. A picture of you wearing said article will suffice. (Ducking and running reallll fast)

A few weeks ago down here in S.E. TX it was 42 degrees at 8 a.m., and was 78 by 11 a.m. And I was wondering if Mother Nature was slightly Bi-Polar

Buck said...

It's been all beer and skittles here on The High Plains o' New Mexico. I'm lovin' it, too. ;-)

Anonymous said...

We're supposed to be in the upper 80s with dust tomorrow, then a chance of rain/snow mix Tuesday night/Wed. Ah, spring on the Llano Estacado.

LittleRed1

TOTWTYTR said...

A swing of 50 degrees over the course of days is nothing. You haven't experienced New England weather until you experience a swing of 50 degrees in under 8 hours.

30 in the morning, 80 by sunset, although it's usually the other way.

Snow Monday evening, all melted by Sun up Tuesday morning because it hit 60 over night.

If anything, it's not boring. Terrifying sometimes, but not boring.

phlegmfatale said...

IT's bloody boiling and over 90 degrees and humid here today. I wish I could trade you with milder or colder weather. I dread what this summer will bring. :(