Wow! What a roller-coaster of a month!
The month of January has offered up some extremely low temperature and a bit of winter weather in the way of snow or ice
but maybe not as often as here in Stuart, Virginia.
What stands out for me is that when precipitation fell it also hung around.
The past week has offered up extremely low's in the mornings. On more than a couple of mornings(7 am) in the morning, the temperature would be hovering around 0 degree's; every morning seemed to be single digits and even one reading of -3 degrees as I would be coming out of the plant.
Baby...that's the kind of cold that can chill you to the bone and stay there.
A couple of teaspoons of "Jack" in a stout cup 'o coffee has offered some gentle relief.
For the folks that have been keeping up with the Long Range Forecast, I'm ready to share my info:
- January 1--Sunny skies the temperature on Rorrer Lane reached 48 degrees
- Precipitation for the month of January--22 days of clear skies, 8 days of precipitation(rain, snow, and sleet)
- Average High Temperature on Rorrer Lane--42 degrees
- Lowest Temperature here at our house--5 degrees. Lowest record in the Southwest Virginia area was -24 degrees.
Did anyone else keep up with the forecast?
If so give a shout out!
Well...just give a shout anyway!
Thanks for stopping by for a visit.
I hope you are filled with warmth and blessings.