The summer floods are back and with rain forcast for the next three days things are going to get interesting, may be we should be buying amphibious vehicles.
I am lucky to be living on relatively high land, however the land is saturated and over night fields become lakes and the lakes cross roads, The weather does get one down, what is it called (sad) or some such.wolram, I hope your house isn't in a flood-prone area.
I never realized how much mood is affected by the environment until I lived in Fairbanks, Alaska. 20 hours of dark, for months on end...it really tweaks the brain chemistry!
But that experience helps to make the dreary Seattle weather seem tolerable.
Fine, thanks for asking. I mean, I know of a few people who have slipped and fallen on ice, etc. There was a thing in the newspaper yesterday (www.daily-times.com) about a drunk freezing to death, but thats the first death in this area so far due directly to the cold. Don't mean to sound like a jerk, but there are so many drunks here (predominantly Navajo) that no one will really notice.how are you coping?
That's horrible!! Sounds like how I will end things.We had a lady freeze to her fence overnight. It seems she was taking the trash out with slighty damp hands and grabed onto the fence. We had a howling, gusting wind most of the night, so I'm guessing no one heard her.
Go back a page and look at my house. It's 13 degrees F outside and diving fast. We'll probably see -5 or so tonight.The rainy season here in Phoenix ended a few weeks ago, so its been pretty clear. Also, temperatures are constantly around the 80s. I have no idea what it must be like for the rest of you.
I'm in Maine and we have some extreme temperature ranges.You Phoenecians (sp?) aren't humans. Seriously, how do you deal when you have to go somewhere that is actually affected by weather?
Turbo, don't you live in Canada? Thats amazing that we are having colder temps than you.