Monday, July 22, 2019

Weather Leads, Sinus Follows

     The weather took a change last night and is still turning; temperatures won't rise much today and they're predicting a low in the fifties overnight.  Last night, humidity was ninety percent or more and it's supposed to drop like a hot rock* all day.

     I should know this without looking it up, since the pain in my ears -- it's painfully bilateral -- dizziness and so on is an absolutely certain sign of changing weather, and as intense as it has been this morning, it's a large change indeed.  Who needs a barometer?
* You'd think a hot-enough rock would fall a little slower, but no, not enough to notice.  9.8 meters per second squared is plenty enough.

1 comment:

JohnMXL said...

"It's not just doesn't take me long to look at a horseshoe!"

Or a rock, in this case.