Again, not much going on in the weather today and is the case over much of the U.S.. I am glad I don’t have to produce forecasts for the 3007 counties in our country (there is a bit of trivia for you). Of course this is not abnormal to have an extended period of summer-like weather in September and we tend to look at it as a gift knowing it is not going to last forever.
I do like rainy crappy days when I can do my indoor hobbies. After rebuilding my deck I need to redo the outdoor solar lighting which I run off 12 volts solar panels and a deep cycle battery. I also recently purchased a couple antique short wave tube radios I need to rebuild. I have had short wave radios for over 40 years, my first was a Heathkit and I worked my way up to a Grundig which is supposedly top of the line.
If you have every opened up electronics built before 1970 you will find there are no circuit boards, everything is hard wired together which is easier to fix (photo below). Now days electronics like everything else is throw away and buy a new one.
The forecast remains the same – lots of sun and warm temps through the rest of the week – 80s south and upper 70s north. Above normal temps will be with us through the end of the month. If you want some cool weather you need to go to northern Maine where there are frost advisories in place and temps will drop into the 20s tonight. As some of you know I used to live in central Maine where I learned all about harsh winters.
So, enjoy it while we have it – you all know it is not going to last forever, all good things must come to an end.
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