Tuesday, May 02, 2006

No Climate Changes, Not Here

Today San Antonio was 90 degrees, hot and sunny until around 5 when it got cloudy.
By 5:30 it was storming.
Not just storming, it was raining and hailing the size of peanut M&Ms.
Now it's alternating between rain, wind and hail.
Someone tell Al Gore he's right about the planet going screwy.
This is whacked.

5 comments:

dusty said...

I was just watching our local weatherhag and she pointed out the nasty stuff in your neck of the woods..batten down the hatches girl..and hold on.

Karen Zipdrive said...

Nah, it was all over by 7 pm.
The streets are covered in leaves and debris, but no damage done at Chez Zipdrive.

MJ said...

It is that unusual? I recall SA and TX Hill Country having some of the most awesome spring storms. Lots of thunder and lightening. I love them, but then I live in the land of no weather, just dry & hot becoming dryer & hotter. What I wouldn't give for a nice boomer and a downpour right about now.

Karen Zipdrive said...

Lightning and thunder storms aren't that unusual in spring but hail is a little odd on a day that had gotten up to 92 degrees earlier.

Karen Zipdrive said...

By the way, Clyde explained melting glaciers to me by saying, "It's summer at the South Pole."
What a dork.