Our long, cold season called "Almost Spring" seems to be lingering longer than ever this year. Here it is, Memorial Day, and just three days ago, we were experiencing record-low wind chills of 33 degrees. I've been wearing my long, furry dress coat all week.
Yesterday started out chilly and windy. It was "Rogation Sunday" in the Episcopal tradition which, ironically, is a Sunday set aside to recognize God's hand in causing seeds to sprout and stuff like that. (Little evidence of that going on here, God, eh?) During church, a whopper of a thunderstorm blew in.
When I got home, the chilly, low-pressure air was sucking in warmer stuff from the lake. Usually, it goes the other way around.
Here are some cool pics from my balcony: