Weather-wise by PJ Schramel, your Weather Wonk
“I’m back in the “saddle” again…”
Road trip! Road trip!! Nothing conjures up more excitement in me than being….on the road, again. Finally, after a two-year hiatus, Mrs. Wonk and I are buggin’ out!
Maybe my folks are to “blame” for this affliction. They took my sisters and me back and forth across the U.S., by car, several times. Dad was a military man; an aviator, but he loved to drive. And being transferred from base to base was a major part of my childhood. We once went from Virginia to California, all five of us, in a Triumph TR3. Ridiculous! And still I love a road trip………
Or maybe it’s because I got my driver’s license in that golden era when gasoline was still below .30/gallon. Living in SoCal, it was still inexpensive to drive to the mountains, the deserts and distant beaches on a whim. I loved that sense of freedom. We weren’t quite Merry Pranksters, but we weren’t far off.
So, we’re buggin’ out, just as the bugs (specifically bobitos) are coming out, in San Carlos. The Wonk will be too busy predicting weather along his chosen route to be able to tackle San Carlos weather, too. But, the weather must go on………
Wednesday: very warm and quite humid, still. Partly cloudy. High: 34.5/94. Low: 27.5/82.
Thursday: the real “fun” may begin tonight and into Friday AM, if you think White Walkers are fun. High: 33.5/93. Low: 26.5/80. Chance of rain in the evening about 50%…….which means there is a 50% chance it won’t.
Friday: can you handle more “fun”? At least the clouds bring the high temp down. Solidly moderate south winds. High: 30.5/87. Low: 25.5/78.
Saturday: chance of Walkers on walk-about, continues. Where is that bastard, Jon Snow, when you need him? Must we wait till Season 7 to be rid of The White Ones? High: 30/86. Low: 26.5/80.
Sunday – Tuesday: the return of more westerly winds gives the reluctant Jon Snow more time to consolidate his armies. Highs: 33/91. Lows: 26.5/80.
In closing, I’d like to note the passing of a great man from the Guaymas/San Carlos community. Ernesto “Neto” Zaragoza has left us, and our community is worse for it, IMO. He was a man of great humanity. Go in peace, Ernesto.
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