Saturday, December 13, 2008

Unsusually Warm Houston/Bitter Cold Elsewhere/Blue Poinsettias

Big contrast in temperatures across the nation!!! Also wintry weather in Missouri and from the Rockies into the northern Plains (where there are blizzard warnings for the Dakotas and Montana). It is going to be bitterly cold in Montana and the northern Rockies where highs will be in the negative singles and negative teens. I'm shivering just thinking about it.

Houston, we are back to clouds and humidity and Sunday will be unusually mild. There will be some showers but rain is most likely on Monday. A cold front brings some drier air by late Monday. But that will be short lived and it really looks like there will be warm weather through Christmas.

Let's do party or fiesta, pronounced fee-EH-stah. It is one fiesta after another this time of year.

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HEB has the coolest blue poinsettias with glitter on the neat! I think they must have fed white poinsettias blue colored water--a technique similar to what they do with carnations. The color is somewhat variegated--a pretty effect.

Enjoy the weekend!
Cecilia Sinclair
Wonder Weather Woman

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