While much of the rest of the country sizzles and wilts in the summer heat it is rather refreshing around here today. The year without a winter and then the year without a summer continues. Back in what was supposed to be winter we had virtually no snow, and now in what is supposed to be summer we have had virtually no heat. In each case, not too many people are complaining.
Today the temperatures are slowly rising through the low to mid 70s, and there have been a few sprinkles around. As we head into the evening scattered showers and a few isolated thunderstorms will be firing up over the mountains, but here in the bottom lands we should stay dry. For the rest of the week the weather will be quiet and dry, sunny, and increasingly warm. By the weekend into next week most will probably call it hot. Perhaps we might have some sizzling summer weather after all! Anyway, highs tomorrow should be in the low 80s, then the mid to upper 80s on Friday, and into the low 90s Saturday and Sunday. It looks like we will have mid 90s early next week. The skies will be generally clear, but we will have to be on the lookout for any smoke and haze that might drift in from distant fires.
Finally, if you are wondering why there have been no Brady updates, or reports from my tennis posse, they are all missing in action. It seems its the season for everyone to travel, so Brady has been gone since Saturday, and who knows were the guys are that I play tennis with...at their ages they probably don't even know!