On the George Washington Bridge Project: While Even the Heaviest Clouds Will Eventually Lift, This May Not Be the Answer You Were Seeking

22Dec08

In which The Gay Recluse watches weather fronts.

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Yesterday when we woke up, it was freezing rain; but suddenly in the afternoon, the front lifted.

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Within minutes, the sky was bright. As we observed this, our thoughts also began to seem less muddled; we could breathe easier. No problem was insurmountable!

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Little did we know that the clear skies would usher in a new cold front, which cruelly turned everything to ice.

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2 Responses to “On the George Washington Bridge Project: While Even the Heaviest Clouds Will Eventually Lift, This May Not Be the Answer You Were Seeking”

  1. 1 Jay Scrivner

    I really like the weather channel and hope they do a segment on weather and mood with some nice shots from various locales like the beautiful rooftops and bridges in your post.
    Here is the local surf forecast for where I live in Eureka: A RAPIDLY DEVELOPING STORM JUST OFF THE COAST WILL BRING GALE
    FORCE WINDS OVER THE SOUTHERN WATERS TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY. A
    VERY LARGE AND LONG PERIOD NW SWELL BETWEEN 25 AND 30 FEET WILL
    MOVE FROM THE GULF OF ALASKA INTO THE COASTAL WATERS WED NIGHT
    AND THUR.


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