10.10.38

Midday temperature (indoors) today 26°, ie. about 78°F. This is much cooler than the last few days. This evening cool enough to wear a coat.

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21 Responses to 10.10.38

  1. timothyMN says:

    Back in the UK it is a dull and cloudy morning. About 13° C. Slightly better than the last few mornings.

    I should get away without the coat, at least during the daytime.

  2. Andrew says:

    it’s been fairly cold here in northern Kentucky at night just recently, in the 40’s. rode my bike the mile to the office yesterday morning and it was cold and foggy, and my hands were freezing by the end – glove time is coming.

  3. Joseph says:

    It’s been breezly warm here in New Zealand. We got to 20° C, and the wind was a warm Nor’ Easter.

    I spent the day sweating in a hooded top, and a faux-Suede jacket.

  4. Jose says:

    In Madrid it´s also 20º C, a nice day, cloudy, but a good day to walk outside. So, why am I here writing?

    See you

  5. Heather says:

    We’re expecting snow tonight in Canada, Mr. Orwell!

  6. It’s very warm and brilliantly sunny here in southern New Jersey. (How lovely to hear about the weather in other places, too!)

  7. 60º F just before dawn. Currently–at 1920 (Zulu)–it is 80º under a gorgeous blue sky where everything is waving in a 5mph breeze. The trees are still green, my roses are still blooming and the lawn needs mowing. I haven’t worn long pants since April or May. I’m in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

  8. I probably should have said -6 Zulu, eh?

  9. Anyway, I meant 1:20 pm.

  10. e'sog;og says:

    well, in PA it is gloomy and the weather is like poop. Yayyyy!! i love weather, especially in Zulu!! My grandmother lives in Zulu!! Have a wonderful morning filled with pleasent weather.
    xoxo,
    Your secret Admirer

  11. Roving Thundercloud says:

    Don’t be fooled by that mild weather report for Dallas, folks. I remember running the air conditioning at Halloween one year!

    Up here in Portland (NW US) the overnight chill is getting to be quite piercing, 40ish F. I had to scrape ice off the car windshield the other morning. Maples started turning a couple of weeks ago when the night temperatures dropped, but not much else yet. Birches yellowing nicely. Roses and many other flowers still hanging on. Seeing hummingbirds feeding and wild geese returning in the same day is a bit odd.

    The thing that has been striking this year in my suburban neighborhood is a distinct lack of flying insects. Very few flies, mosquitoes, butterflies, moths. And so, fewer spiders as well. By now there are usually hideously fat but prettily marked orb-weavers hanging in the trees and bushes, but I’m not seeing nearly as many of the little monsters as I should.

  12. Jill Stevens says:

    Extremely warm here in New York. Glad I didn’t take the air conditioning out.

  13. Dominic says:

    Southern California was in the low 70ºs F today – still warm enough to wear shorts.

  14. itwasntme says:

    Los Angeles checking in with about 68-70F today, sunny as usual, with the very first nip of fall in the air yesterday evening. A bit of a cool wind.

  15. Lange says:

    At the moment it’s 50.4° here in Michigan, as I sit in my new swivel desk chair I bought for $10 at a garage sale today.

  16. art brennan says:

    In New Hampshire (northeast US) the sky is clear blue, the mountains are bright red, yellow, orange and green and the temperature is 62 F. It’s a great day to split wood and get close to the earth.

  17. CAL says:

    So great to hear about the weather everywhere! Here in the Chicago area it’s a beautiful sunny day, about 70 F at 11 a.m., CDT. The sumac is red, and a bit of yellow on some of the trees. In ten days or so, all the trees should be lovely.

  18. I’m originally from Central Ohio, the Easternmost portion of the Northwest Territory. In my youth (mid-1960’s), around this time of year, we often roamed the back roads, up and down the billowing hills to the southeast, near the Ohio River and across from West Virginia, in my ’52 Chevrolet, stopping to picnic and marvel at the gigantic bowl of Trix. In my memory, there was corn everywhere else—Well, wherever “else” there wasn’t a huge conglomeration of various smoke-belching industries.

  19. Stephen says:

    Sydney: a bit cooler than Marrakesh today, Sunday, around 20 celsius, though the market is in meltdown. Our George appears to be the only one fluent in fahrenheit as well as celsius. Just the sheet and light cover on the bed last night.

  20. windsor9 says:

    Temperature is rising here at midday in Chicago and is presently 78 degrees f,, but the annual marathon was run this morning without the dangerous heat/humidity index that necessitated cancellation of last year’s event in the third hour.

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