rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,

Still Wet

The rain turned colder today. It won't get cold enough to snow, but the colder it is here the lower the snow will fall in the mountains, so I'm bundling up and not complaining. The cold won't last long. Tomorrow will be quite a bit warmer, and might not even bring any rain. There should be more next week, though. Everybody is hoping for a very wet March, and some April showers wouldn't be unwelcome. If the pollen that makes me sneeze gets washed away, well, bonus.

Most likely the frogs won't be singing tonight as it is too cold, but tomorrow night I expect to hear a greatly augmented chorus. March will be coming in like a lamb, but there's no telling what the rest of it will be. The way the year has been so far I wouldn't be surprised if the vernal equinox brought a heat wave, but I wouldn't be surprised if it turned out to be chilly and wet either. Unpredictability, it turns out, is just full of no surprises.

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