In true western Kentucky weather, we began the day with choking humidity and high temps. It was about 80F when I looked at the thermometer at 7 a.m. Gonna warm up when the sun makes its appearance. By noon it was near 100F. Storm clouds began to form and, at about 7 p.m., we had a whizzer of a storm. Lots of high winds and torrential-like rain. Blew baskets off the porch eaves and toppled container plants.
After it was all said and done, we'd had some sort of serious storm. Lots of trees down in the region and damage. This is only the beginning of July. We don't usually see these types of weather events until August.
Me thinks Mother Nature is having a hissy fit!!
Glad we're not farmers. But...all of you out there should thank our farmers. They're having a devil of a time trying to feed us. I see it all around us because we live in the heartland of our country and it's not pretty right now.
"As a girl I had zero interest in the stove." - Julia Child
This is real inspiration. Look what Julia became!