o we did have a little reprieve of hot weather last week, just in time for the beginning of school for many area children. Traditionally, it always seems that school opening marked the beginning of fall-like weather. This year is a little different
With 90 degree weather in the forecast for next week, the 1st day of school may seem to have come too early. These are the times within which we live.
Constantly, we are being sprayed by high flying airplanes leaving long trails of "God-know-what", since the government denies it's being done. This is not helping our situation. A more honest approach is to 1st acknowledge the fact that we're being sprayed and then tell us why. In lieu of that, we are at liberty to speculate. Some speculate it's being done by Monsanto, Bill Gates as well as the military - all for different reasons. Check out the What Are They Spraying page for more information.
In this time of global warming and unexpected challenges, take some time out to get to know the plants in your environment. Find out which plants are edible and which are not. One common plant we detest in our yard is the dandelion. Well, the dandelion may become your best friend. Stop killing them. Getting to know your plants and your neighbors in the space where you live may be for you, long-term survival benefits.
Stay out of the heat, drink plenty of water and don't put that sweater on your little children going for their 1st day of school - at least, not yet. It's too hot.
After a blistering 6 weeks, we finally have some 80 degree temperatures in our forecast. Last month again was an all time higher, ever, for July, - see more at updates.
Airplanes are continuously injecting aerosols, known and unknown, in the stratosphere. These chemicals are emitted from high flying aircraft in a very deceitful manor such that, if you are not looking, you may not notice.
Please take the time to LOOK UP EVERYDAY and question your public officials about Solar Radiation Management (SRM) and how this is taking place.
That's it for now.
Remember to stock up on non perishable foods, drink plenty of water and stay out of the heat.
Yes, it can get hotter.
And here we have temperatures in the mid to high 90s. In fact, check your car themometer and you too can see the temperature has been going over the 100 degree mark.
Last year between July 24, 2015 and August 5, 2015, inclusive, we had 13 straight days of 90 degree weather. This year we're entering into the 6th week where we have at least 5 days of 90 degree weather. We are now in uncharted territory.
How are you holding up in this weather. Remember to drink plenty of water, minimize the amount of time you spend outdoors and dress appropriately. Please check on the elderly and young people in your life.
We are all in this together. Take care. DAK
A short reprieve from the heat last week, as some days dipped into a relatively cool 80 degrees. Saturday breached the 100 degree mark, but yesterday, Sunday, August 7 and today are cooler.
I've posted the 7 day forecast for this week above. The WJLA forecast predicts temperatures to continue into the 90s.
Or would you prefer to live "Under the dome" of heavily polluted skies?
I'll take my chances with mother nature. How about you?