Monday, October 16, 2017

Weather Worries

WHY do they even put out a "Month" weather calendar?
Makes absolutely no sense.  NONE.
Though I was still relieved to find that it's going to be amazing weather on Halloween (though I was hoping for more clouds)...


8 comments:

highbury said...

Every year I make the same mistake. This far out, the forecast will change another 238 more times, but I still freak out every time I check that stupid forecast. Casting a voodoo "no rain" spell now...

Sara said...

Haven't looked at Los Angeles' weather forecast because who the hell cares because it's GOING TO BE 150 degrees!!!


There are some amazing haunts all around these parts this year. I'm excited to see so many hard working artists really pulling out all the stops for Halloween. And Rot, your influence reaches the West Coast, of course. This one house nearby has TWO Halloween trees with jackos hung all about and their house is framed by TWO huge cornstalks. There's another house with a yard full of Pumpkinrot scarecrows. Pretty freaking cool.


VenomStorm said...

Weather has been so dumb this year. I’m just south of you in Maryland and it finally started feeling like October on Thursday. Today was glorious. I hope it cools off even more the rest of the month. Just no rain. It was really ironic reading back through your blog (I wanna say in 2008) and you had a weather post about how you had never seen rain on Halloween. Then one year later during the Corn Witch display you had your first rain out. You definently jinxed yourself.

girl6 said...

HAHAHAHAHHA!!! They are the Pitttttts.
they CAN'T EVEN predict the weather for a 2-3 day stretch.

Christopher Weeks said...

I am in deep envy of your Halloween weather predictions. Vancouver, BC is NOT looking good. We are currently in a solid 7-10 days of rain. This does not bode well for our haunt building.

Jay's Shadow said...

If I could get Halloween night like it was last night, it would be awesome. It was chilly and no breeze.

Haunted Eve said...

Our current Halloween forecast is cloudy with a high of 44 and a low of 29, with the day before being only a high of 50 with rain/drizzle. I seriously hope it changes to warm and sunny!

Autumnleaf said...

I have to agree w/girl6. Anything can happen.
Right now we are hot and dry and watching the latest brush fire in the San Gabriel mountains. Luckily it has affected no structures. But sometimes the smoke makes for an incredibly orange moon.