Itís 20 degrees this morning in North Florida and this time the wind is blowing. The weather person says that tomorrow morning will be just as cold or probably colder. The odd thing is by Saturday afternoon the temps will be back to normal with highs in the low 70s. I can't wait.
TOTD: The temperature changes got me thinking about all the times over the last 40 years or so that the weather seemed strange. Now every time the weather does something that people do expect it gets blamed as a sign of global warming, but now that I think about it has always been unpredictable, cold when it should be warm, hot when it should be chilly, snow in places it doesn't normally snow. My question is, do you think this changeable weather is a sign of climate change or is it the same old, same old that's been happening since people began noticing the weather? Is there an increase in weird weather events are just an increase in selective memory? I see it like the memory of pain. You can remember something hurt really badly but you canít recall the pain itself which leads to the expression, ďI never hurt like that beforeĒ to describe oneís most recent pain. Is recalling the weather something similar?