The Weatherbug weather report this morning was contradictory when I checked it out around 3:40 AM.
On one hand, the then-current temperature was 36 degrees F. On the other, the predicted high for the day is 29 degrees F.
A little detective work (very little!), and I established the report stuck halfway in Monday, and halfway in Tuesday. I’m not sure when the change from one day to another happens, but I imagine it is 12 midnight since everything usually lines up correctly before Dougy and Andy get me up to “feed the kitties”, one of their favorite times of day.
I clicked on the toolbar icon for Weatherbug to see what it said.
Still a bit confusing, but the day of the week matched, well, the day of the week, Tuesday, today. I clicked on the temperature, thinking it might update, too, since the date had. Click. It updated.
I’m not sure what happened exactly, but the Weatherbug weather report failed to completely update till I manually forced it. Whew!
It looks like a good day to stay inside and catch up on reading. Since I’ve finished my blog early and can make quick work of all new e-mails, I hope to snuggle into Andy’s recliner, comforter over my lap, and spend the rest of the day reading!
I am not going out today at all. At 3 am it is 23 degrees and I have the heat cranked up.
Seven AM here today, it’s 4 degrees…! Ugh!
Cleaning! (shudder) Much rather read! Woof!
Me, too, but if I don’t do some cleaning, I’ll have to harvest mushrooms next! 😉
Hope you had a nice relaxing day reading your favorite book.
I ended up not reading that much. Clothes to wash, dishes to wash… Oh well, I made great progress on domestic matters!
Progress is good :).
I made some progress, but I did things other than plan, too. It’s even colder here today, most of the cleaning up is done, so today is devoted to waiting for a package to be delivered by UPS, a perfect activity to promote reading! I should work on magazines though because Andy and Dougy love to search through magazines for critters (or fingers…~!). I can’t leave them on the floor too long before reading them or they become a cat playground. So far (I hope), I ‘ve played other cat games with them to the point they went off to sleep. Dougy did, anyway. Andy is yowling to try to get his brother to play some more.