2 p.m. - 69 degrees and gathering clouds
...the anticipated cold front is beginning its move into Arkansas. At church time this morning, there was hardly a cloud in the sky. By mid-afternoon, it was hard to find a shard of blue.
In a few days, northern Arkansas is supposed to have snow, and southern Arkansas is supposed to receive heavy rain -- supposed being the operative word. Weather forecasting being what it is, we shall see what we shall see. I just hope that the folk in central Arkansas will not have to (1) get out the snow shovels and tire chains or (2) row, row, row our boats. Geographically placed as we are between south and north we're likely to have ice -- if anything.
If it's going to get really cold again, I'm glad I haven't yet cleaned away the leaves that have blown into my flower beds. This latest warm spell has encouraged my spring bulbs to send up green shoots. I'd hate for them to freeze.
While I wait to see what's going to happen to the weather, I'll be reading and napping, not necessarily in that order.
Tomorrow is also a day.