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May
12

Most of it’s over, but dont put the umbrella far

Nearly 3/4’s of an inch of rain today, and it’ll shut off this eve, as the storm moves away to our northeast.

There’ll be a break tonight and most of tomorrow morning, but a few hours around midday, a cool front taking the Canadian Express will rapidly pass through, probably setting off a  couple hours of showers and maybe setting off a T-shower. After that, I can sound the “all-clear”. And the all-clear will last a long time, with a serious warming trend, as we transition this weekend from Spring into Summer.

PS: 55 days to the Boilermaker. What is “perfect” weather to a runner? Not the same as for a spectator. A runner likes cloudy, cool weather…maybe even a little drizzle. Bright sunshine, wind, heat at adversaries to runners. So, what’s perfect to you…the spectator…is bad news for the runner 🙂

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