November Blues

The word cold of course is a relative term.  In the autumn we find temperatures near freezing to be cold.  In January a temperature near freezing we would considered mild.  In fact, it would if you’re like me be a day we would be walking outdoors without a jacket.  That being said, a cold front is moving across the area today.  Along the front a touch of snow and behind the front much colder air.  This type of airmass in January would mean a few days with high temperatures staying below zero and minimum temperatures in the minus 10s.  Some areas will drop below zero, but most locations will probably stay positive.  It’s early November and the ground isn’t frozen, meaning we can call it cold, but not in the sense of winter cold.

Daryl Ritchison

 

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