This article says it better than I can. https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2022/05/the_best_way_to_prevent_another_uvalde.html
Category Archives: Texas
Antique postcard from Graphics Fairy.
According to Merriam-Webster, Indian Summer is “a period of warm or mild weather in late autumn or early winter”.
Is there a term for early seasons? Here in North Texas, we have a lot of early springs (usually February), early summers (beginning in May), late summers (100+ temperatures lasting into early September) and mild winters with just a sprinkling of bad weather and temperatures below 20 degrees F.
The Hen Bit and dandelions are in bloom, there was a robin in our yard last week and today we have the air conditioner on.
What a relief in Texas. August is behind us and we have hopes of cooler weather before long.
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Yesterday was Motorhead Sunday at our church; two of our church members showed their cars alongside the ones from the classic car club, the chaplain of the car club preached, their quartet sang, then we had a bar-b-que dinner on the grounds.
It was a fine October day spent with excellent company!
We took this one on a June morning this year. In Oklahoma, we called that a squall line. I looked it up on several weather sites, and the official definition is a little different.
At any rate, it’s a little unnerving to see the sky look like that at 10:00 a.m. But, as bad as it looked, it only brought rain and a short thunderstorm.
Also, in June but on a different day. This was a very rainy year for north Texas.