Youngest son works for a landscaping company. They do lawn care in the summer, among other things, and they plow snow in the winter. David needs to keep track of the weather in order to know what his crews will be doing on any given day. They can't do much of their outside work in the rain. When the summer temperatures soar, David knows it is time to take large coolers of Gatorade around to the workers. He needs to know how much winter snowfall is expected in order to schedule the plowing crews. So he gets daily weather reports. Sometimes he shares them on Facebook. Like this one today.
"Turning cloudy and very windy behind a very strong cold front this morning. Highs will only reach the upper 40s. Light rain showers likely this evening with possible snow mixing in late evening into early tomorrow morning. Cloudy and still cold tomorrow with a high in the upper 40s. Mostly cloudy and warmer Sunday with a high in the lower 50s."
You want me? I'll be right over there in my recliner, cup of hot chocolate on the table next to me, Kindle in hand, covered chin to toes in my big green fuzzy blanket.
No, I do not want to talk about the Great Minnesota Halloween Blizzard of 1991.