And . . .
The day started off dark and ominous. I checked the radar before I left the condo and thought I would be fine, still I put on the raingear. I didn't need the raingear.
Not long after I got to work it rained plenty.
By afternoon, we had sunshine.
At quitting time the skies were growing darker by the minute. I had my phone stored in my waterproof backpack so no photos. My Fuji XP isn't holding a charge. I suspect it needs a new battery. I'm glad it made it through last evening's rain. Today really was a nonevent as far as my riding. I rode to work in dry and home in dry.
The meeting I was suppose to have this evening was canceled. The storms were much heavier north of me. I think perhaps canceling the meeting was a little bit of an over reaction, but I'm grateful to have the evening at home.
As I was making my dinner I heard a crash. I have a cat. I don't rush to see what has been toppled.
Eventually, I did investigate. I'd say Leo's feeling better. He fought the chair and won by a pin.
Tonight the rain moves out. Temperatures will be back down. The forecast high for tomorrow is only 69F/20.5C. Could it be the Autumn weather roller-coaster is here already?
- 81F/27C and overcast for the ride to work.
- 85F/29C and overcast for the home ride.