It has been chilly. Cold even. My padrons are happy enough in their quickly erected plastic sheeting green house, but even the mid day has been chilly. If you are out of the sun, is is cold even. It dropped down to 38F around 2AM this morning, but it is already 44F. Yesterday, in fact, hit 70F on King Street, for about 20 minutes. Never did it feel that warm; that thermometer must be in the sun More of the same today. Mid 60s, cooler in the shade and warmer in the sun.
We see a little warming over the weekend, then another cold dry system hits us early next week. Not much daytime warming, but the nights will only drop to the mid 40s. Then on Tuesday, high temps stay squarely in the mid 50s. Very slight chance for very light rain, as this system moves east of us. Very slight. We see a better chance for rain next Thursday, but we are over a week out right now.
It looks like we could be headed into a prolonged dry stretch. This last round of rain had not impact on the drought, so we are still in a pretty dire situation state wide. Continue to conserve. I'll post up more when I have a better look at next week. Pray for rain. In the meantime, get out side, get some exercise, work in the yard, cut down a tree. This is great weather to exert yourself and not sweat too much. Oh, and the sun rises and sun sets have been stunning.