Re: Snow Tonight/Tomorrow
I'm about 15 miles from the coast ,to the east and south of my town--some days that makes for a chilly "sea breeze",others that are colder inland end up being a bit warmer due to the influence of the ocean water temperature..
My area seems to often have the higher daytime temps and coldest nightime temps compared to the rest of the state..some wide swings in temperature,some days its over 80 here during the day,then it'll drop into the high 40's at night..some cranberry bogs stay chilly all year round here too,a friend who maintains some bog pumps says he has been called out in the middle of the night in summer months to turn the pumps on to avoid a frost bite situation on the vines !..they have their own "climate" compared to residential areas..
This year my area seems to be right on the edge of where the warm fronts further south and colder air up north of here collide,and makes it rain heavier here,or tend to make every day "partly cloudy with a chance of showers"...been wetter and colder than normal here the past 2-3 months..
Only "good" thing about all the rain is it did wash the pollen off everything--my truck went from being maroon,to a booger green color over the weekend,with many black mold looking spots on the paint--I washed it for the first time in probably 2 years,and being parked under trees 98% of the time,it had a nice layer of grunge,bird crap,and pollen all over it..it looks like I repainted it now with all that grunge scrubbed off!..
It has a few pounds of those maple tree seed "helicoptors" in the bed and many of them end up way down in the cowl,fenders,and encourage rust & rot..
Sunday, I opened the floor vent for the first time and got blasted with a bunch of those stupid seed pods--they get in the heater and blow out when you turn the blower on too..I'm parking it away from the trees till pollen season ends..
I drove it Sunday before I washed it and ended up having a nice sneezing fit from all the pollen,and my eyes watered like I'd inhaled pepper...took a few days and claratin for the symptoms to fade..