rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


It was somewhat cloudy again today, but still hot, like yesterday. There hasn't been any rain yet, but there could be this evening. This is thunderstorm weather, but it should change tomorrow when it might not even get up to eighty degrees. I can't remember when we last had a day below eighty degrees. Although we will get more hot weather (later next week it will be back into the 90s) I finally feel that we are over the hump, and summer is on the wane. With luck the thermometers will not reach 100 here again this year. Hooray.

Although there are still quite a few fires burning in the region, the air seemed a bit cleaner today, and I'm not smelling the fire from the other side of the lake. It is almost completely contained, and should be out within a couple of days. As long as the electricity behaves itself, and nobody is incredibly stupid, the worst of fire season is probably over (knock on unburned wood, if I can find any.)

I don't know how long it will take the house to cool off tonight, but sometime before dawn I might feel a bit chilly. The thought of this luxury has me almost giddy. Chilly! Just think of it! I don't even care if there's nothing worth watching on television tonight. I might get chilly!

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