The weather people aren't 100% sure about it, but it looks like the PHX Valley may get its first 90-degree day of the year, sometime this week.
We're supposed to get rain and snow tomorrow, but looking at my Facebook memories reminds me that it's not all that unusual for this time of year.20190427 19:30-20:45 on my drive home from work - there is almost an inch of snow on the ground , and visibility is down to ~200m at best. The air temperature has fallen from 41F/5C to 33F/1C, and it’s getting dark. Pray for me (And O_C too, I guess).
Honestly, we've been very lucky. I hope it stays that way.We had 60mph winds yesterday which I just managed to stay ahead of all the way home. Still had to dodge branches and dust storms from the crops I passed, though.
Still nowhere near what you're used to, I'm sure.
They've moved the cone more to the east, so Texas is pretty much out of it now. Initial forecast had it coming less than 60 miles from where I live.
You're leaving out heat index and wind chill.Hrm, I wonder where he's getting his data... Weather Underground says the hottest Litchfield has gotten this year is 92 degrees, and the lowest is -56 (which granted is still goddamn cold) but that's 148 degree swing.
Oh wait, they're doing the "feels like." I guess that could be it.