Thursday, June 8, 2017

From April to October


9 comments:

misanthropic777 said...

Arizona is the same way. You can be driving in blazing sunshine, watching it pour cats and dogs 3 blocks ahead of you.

emtgene said...

Sure it's not Alabama?

Anonymous said...

like today....sunny and fluffy clouds most of the day.... tonite, the hail piled up in the yard looks like it snowed....


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drjim said...

Same way in Northern Illinois.

Judy said...

Any place on the Great Plains, really. I've seen it in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Eastern Colorado and North-Eastern New Mexico.

BW Bandy said...

Alberta as well.

Veeshir said...

My favorite AZ weather phenomena is the sun-thunder storm.

I've seen a sun-shower, but here it'll be raining like the end of the world in the late afternoon and 30 miles west it's clear.
You get a bright, sunshiney, end of the world thunder and lighting storm.

RHT447 said...

Like today, indeed. We are in the DFW area. Our daughter is away on vacation, so wife and I volunteered to take turns dog-sitting her Corgi. Short legs, high water, bad combo. Best to wait it out before going out for walk.

iOpener said...

The difference being we Canuckis ignore trifles like weather. Mowing the lawn is vastly more important.

Silly weak Texans, you need a bit of Arctic air moving south in a big hurry, a really bug hurry, a gigantic GigaGigaJoule hurry, to show you what is a real storm.

https://i.cbc.ca/1.4145472.1496691807!/cpImage/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/16x9_620/do-not-reuse-wea-alta-tornado-mower-20170603.jpg