I must thank our Canadian friends this morning for sharing their weather with us. Not that it was needed or wanted, but we got a blast out of the north last night that hasn't let up yet. Here is what my weather station looks like at 9:30 am this morning.
You've got to love a wind chill of 38 degrees on the 2nd day of May in the southwest desert. We are expecting these northwest winds to persist most of the day and the expected high should get up around 64. I'm not overly thrilled with this global warming.
On a happier note, the license plate tabs arrived in the mail yesterday. I will wait for a better day to do the installation. I can picture trying to install the tabs in this weather. Cold fingers peal the tabs off the paper and the wind yanks them out of my fingers. When they finally come to rest they are plastered on a telephone pole somewhere in west Texas. That's probably not an acceptable way to display your license tabs.
With conditions the way they are I expect indoor activity will be the standard for the day. We'll see if watching the wind blow is an acceptable form of enjoying the good life.