Saturday, April 07, 2007

A chilly Easter

It's San Antonio. It's the night before Easter. And it's 35° F.

That's strange.


AlanDP said...

When I was a teenager, I was at a summer church camp up in the hill country near Marble Falls, and a freak norther hit in July. The daytime highs only hit around 50 or so for two days before it started getting back to normal. I had, of course, packed no warm clothes, so I was miserable until it started to warm up again. Every year after that when I went there, I was sure to pack a warm jacket, but I never needed it again.

Albatross said...

That is freaky. In south and central Texas, one never thinks to pack any kind of jacket for a summer trip in the state. Although I do remember taking summer classes at UTSA long ago, and that they kept the classrooms cold. So cold that, after attending the first couple of classes in shorts and T-shirts and subsequently regretting my attire, I often came to school dressed in long pants and long sleeves, and I was quite comfortable.