Category Archives: Meteorology

Heat Wave – La Canicule – Bilingual post

The weather outside is frightening, as they say. In this time of reduced concern for others and their welfare, it makes me wonder about the poor and the homeless as we are dealing with extremely hot weather. We have had … Continue reading

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Snow and more snow

Of course the major snowfall coincides with the flu. That kind of makes it harder to keep up with. Our son’s snow removal has removed the snow from the front but we still have to get the cars out of … Continue reading

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It actually snowed!

I am inside the house to warm my hands and see if I can stop myself before I get too sweaty. I had been outside in the sixteen-degree weather, pushing snow around my driveway. I needed better gloves or mittens … Continue reading

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Yikes!

We have had colder before. This is nothing new for the Chicago area. Two of our children were born in weather that was so cold and so below zero that they were not allowed to leave the hospital at the … Continue reading

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Minus Seven

We had a lovely New Year’s Eve. I kind of got into a time pinch as I decided to touch up and repaint the woodwork surrounding the closet doors. It didn’t take long, but pushed longer into the amount of … Continue reading

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