And . . .
As I pushed Billie out of the garage, I was greeted by a light mist.
There was some fog, but visibility wasn't a problem.
Even Downtown closer to the River the fog stayed up.
It was one of those mornings when I sat in a seam of almost no traffic. It was almost spooky to look into my mirrors and see no one behind me
The earlier forecast called for plummeting temperatures today, but it was revised. It was actually a very warm day here in the Heartland and it felt like a friendly honest warm, not the warm which seems to be the herald of something terrible fixin' to happen.
It remained overcast all day. As the sun as going down the clouds opened up. I suspect there was a nice sunset somewhere.
By the time I left work whatever show there may have been was over. There was still enough light for me to see the clouds had broken up some.
I was also able to see the first sliver of the new moon. A blessing.
It is looking like the winter weather event is going to happen mostly to the South of us. Who knows, I may even ride to work tomorrow after all.
- 52F/11C with a light misty and patchy fog for the ride in.
- 65F/18C with some clouds, but clear enough to welcome the moonlight of Tevet on the home ride.