We are having a cold snap! It's down to -2°C/28°F right now at 11:30 PM and it will get colder overnight. We had a few minutes of snow today that looked more like tiny (~1 mm) hail. I can remember one year when the first year of May was the hottest week of the year with temperatures of 35°C/95°F. The Great Lakes area has not participated in global warming - I also remember five occasions when the temperature in summer got up to 40°C/104°F but all of those times were more than forty years ago.
Beautiful weather, just like yesterday. At 10:00AM it is already over 68°F/20°C on its way to 23°C, a bit cooler than yesterday. No need to push the convertible top down into position, it just falls into position as soon as you push it back.
Hey @Nix, about them thunder storms spare a thought for the 3 thousand mile storm (that's nearly all the coast of Great Britain) they reckon it will hit Western Australia today and tomorrow, from Karratha in the far north of WA to Esperance half way on the southern coast off WA to the SA border. And it isn't so much of a thunder storm its more of an ex tropical cyclone.
The rain has dropped from a heavy downpour to a medium pour, the rain being thrust about by the wind which are about 50 kmph. Yesterday late afternoon the views I have of about 10 km were cut to about 100 meters when the strong winds blew all over the place.
Hope alls well where you are Nix.