Re: What's the temperature where you live?
Last week it was warm enough by MI standards to run around in jeans and a t-shirt, no jacket needed. Then we had a temp drop and some high winds that caused something like 4,000 downed power lines and power loss to over 850,000 people. Power came back up for us a day later, but some parts of the state are still without heat and lights.
Two days ago, we got snow that left us with 4 inches on the ground.
Today it's sunny and a balmy 22 degrees Fahrenheit.
I want spring, dammit!
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