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Friday, June 01, 2007

Here in Nashville...

... Things are unusually dry. It is normal for things to be green and beautiful this time of year, not to feel dry and hot. We have been waiting for rain rather impatiently since we received the notice to conserve water. Our lawns are looking very brown, and the boys are longingly waiting to play in the sprinklers. I see some green on the dopler, so hopefully tonight will be the night to get the rain!

~What is it like where you are?

7 Comments:

Anonymous Kat said...

i think we must have gotten all of your rain. May was a record month here and in the two months that my son has been alive we've had to take cover for a tornado warning twice!

I dread the mosquitos we're going to have in a few weeks...

9:17 PM

 
Blogger Steven said...

Here in Memphis things aren't much better.

Hot. Dry. Hot.

If I see any rain around here I will send it ya'lls way.

11:56 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We are doing well. In Northern Cal it has been about 82 and beautiful. Nights have been about 56 or so, so cools down at night and then is cool in the morns. Usually by "graduation week" we have had some really hot weather, not so this year. As you know, I am very happy.
Love you, Mom

1:52 AM

 
Blogger FancyPants said...

Humid. Sticky. Sweaty. Humid. But oh just wait until August...almost unbearable.

12:43 PM

 
Blogger kddub said...

Still no rain!!!! It even thundered, got really dark and cloudy, but no rain...

Poor lawns.

8:47 AM

 
Blogger Cristy said...

In Indy, we had about 5 minutes of rain Friday evening, quite a bit of rain Saturday evening and about 5 minutes of rain last night. Of course, most of the rain would come while we were trying to have a cookout! About 20 adults with their children, outside activities planned, and we ended up in the house.

9:32 AM

 
Blogger Chaotic Hammer said...

Since I'm your neighbor (well, I live in Spring Hill, so you know what I mean) it's been the same as yours.

It's extremely dry and brown. The upside is that I'm not having to mow my lawn nearly as often as I should be by now.

Seems to me like it's actually been pretty comfortable, though -- lower humidity than usual, generally low to mid 80's in the day, mid 60's at night.

I guess it's feast or famine -- by this time last year, we had been in several tornado warnings like Kat is having in Texas this year.

12:06 PM

 

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