posted on May, 8 2009 @ 07:39 PM
reply to post by TXRabbit
its not only TX....
here in SC, we have been having wind in the 10-15-20+ range since March
...And March is normally windy as March winds bring the April showers which in turn bring the May flowers (as the rhyme goes)
these are not gentle breezes, these are massive air movements at least 6 days a week...
which incidently helped cause the 30,000 acre forest fire that destroyed 75 homes severely damaged another 96 dwellings over a period of 10 days
at the end of April.
weather patterns & prevailing winds seem roiled up, which incidently
is affecting the nominal temperatures, giving false readings of 'global warming' scares. and the moisture/rainfall in our region.
the sun itself, starting a few years back, still remains a glary white light instead of the warm-yellow sun i recall from my youth especially.
(the times-they-are-a-changing....Bob Dylan song)