For those people who like to have the bottoms of their jeans drenched, the past few wet, 60 degree days have been extremely enjoyable. For others, who spend muddy, nasty days like this curled up in a ball at home, this weather is not preferred. But, to compare this weather to the usual climate we see this time of year, usually 30 degrees and feels like 10 degrees, the rain doesn’t seem to be that much of an issue.
Unfortunately for the little ones, this Halloween is sure to make out for some end-of-the-night sloppy costumes and next day stuffy noses with the suspected oncoming thunderstorms. The storms are supposed to last most of the evening and into the night.
I am hopeful though that in the coming weeks, the rain will let up or we can be sure ice will soon follow as the temperature begins to drop. This area has been lucky enough to have three mild winters, especially considering the icy winter we had 4 years ago.