Back Where I Come From – Day 26


Back Where I Come From – Day 26


Thank you, Suzanne, for hosting this wonderful challenge! It’s been fun to answer the questions. πŸ™‚


Question # 26

26. Does your hometown experience all four seasons? If not, which ones does it skip over?

My Answer:

We have all 4 seasons here.

Summer time feels like the longest one, as it is very hot.

Winter time gets cold, and we get snow, but it doesn’t last very long.

Spring time seems short, as we have a few nice days, then we are hot again. Early spring we usually have sand storms.

Fall days are great, but again, they don’t last long. We go from a few wonderful days, then it gets too cold.

To explain about the winter days here, some may think it’s strange. We have some below freezing days, but then the next day will be nice and warm. It’s like a roller coaster around here during the winter. It can snow one day, then the next will be bar-be-que outdoors weather.

The spring is the same kind of strange. We’ll have just right temperatures, then it will turn freezing again, sometimes in the same day. This will happen with the sand storms, too. One will blow through, then be nice again, withing a few hours.

Awhile back, our weather people announced we had won some kind of award for the hardest weather of anywhere to forecast.

Needless to say, the weather is a main topic of conversation people talk about everywhere here. πŸ™‚


Thanks for visiting! Peace }i{

Β© 2017 BS

8 responses »

  1. I believe it is hard to forecast there. They say that about a lot of places – “If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute and it’ll change” but I think we’re more typical and predictable than many places I’ve been.
    Like, here, there are some oddities — strangely warm days in December or unreal cool days in August, but I think people mostly say that because we have a lot of variety in our transitional months. It has been 100 in May, but it’s also snowed. These are unusual things, but I’m pretty sure overall our weather is predictable.

    • Yeah, I’ve heard that, too, to wait a few minutes and the weather will change. Probably true of most places. Funny, I thought we only said it. I find it is interesting to know people everywhere have heard the same sayings.

  2. Howdy, Barbara! I tried to comment on this one, but got an error. So, hopefully this time it goes through.

    Texas does have some pretty interesting roller coaster weather, all four seasons in one day some days. haha Here, it is generally always at least warm and most of the time hot, even in December. I remember one Christmas Eve, it was 89 degrees. We went to the beach that day. The kids loved it!

    You’re welcome for the questions. Thanks for participating. I always enjoy reading your answers. πŸ™‚

    Have a blessed night.

      • I’m glad that it got through. I don’t know why WP hates me. πŸ™‚

        Most definitely a big deal! Snow on Christmas was like a major miracle to me. I don’t remember ever having snow on Christmas day, even back in South Carolina. It was just awesome!

        Have a blessed weekend, Barbara, and thank you so much for participating in the challenge. πŸ™‚

      • You never know what WP is gonna do to mess things up. Knock wood, I haven’t had too much trouble. … I don’t like winter or cold weather, but a occasional snow is pretty to see. You see those people who get lots of snow, and have fun out sledding and such, well here we don’t get that deep snow, and the wind is usually blowing and the cold just cuts through you, so you don’t want to be out in it at all. πŸ™‚

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