Late Autumn Rain


Tuesday 18 November, 2014 by Uncle Spike

September 20th – that’s the date set in our diary each year that usually signals the end of summer, and the start of autumn. It’s still pretty warm by then, early 30’s I would say (90 ish F), but that’s the date that the first storm usually rolls on through.




After that initial storm, it’s back to sun and relative heat for another two or three weeks. Then another storm, sun, and so on. The regularity of the storms increases – now every 10 days – until it’s one or two storms every week during winter.




Right now we are ‘in between’ storms. It’s gone past mid November, and it’s sunny, clear and warm-ish at 23 (74F), but these were our hills a few days ago. Loving the change from ‘nothing but sun’…!








10 thoughts on “Late Autumn Rain

  1. fredrieka says:

    you have rain we get snow our State is being snowed on a lot but East of us is suppose to receive 24″ of snow in the next day or so crazy


  2. Its 6 degrees here 🙂 they had smoke like this coming up from the trees on my journey back up to Glasgow.

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  3. Having seen one of these storms for myself I can confirm how spectacular they are!

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