I always find it remarkable when there is a sudden weather shift like that.
In June here I've seen sun, rain, hail and thunderstorms with snow, all in the same day.
Could be Halifax, after all. :)
The mountains are "weather makers" aren't they? That is a dramatic photo!
Thanks, Tom. Yes, they are.
My gosh, if that picture was turned upside down-- the clouds look solid as the mountains! Stay warm, Mike. Wonderful photo.
Oh, it'll be in the 80's here this weekend, but again, my house stays cool, and the temp drops 30 or more degrees at night.
As in life, one storm can certainly cool things down.
Boy, you got that right. In spades.
This weather shouldn't cross the mountains. It should hit and fall. I learned that in fifth grade geography.
Unless the mountains are part of the generating force of the storm....solar radiation heating the ground, hot air rising, cool air descending, etc.
As my evening temperature is a pleasant 89 degrees, your weather sounds inviting.
I really wish it would drop that much here. It has been BLAZING!