Thursday, June 12, 2008

Fog rolls in

Fog rolls in

At the yacht club last night after the race. We came in first, but only three boats finished since the winds were so light. They had to monitor the (shortened) finish line from a boat because the fog was drifting in so thickly. The breeze disappeared as the fog moved in, but the temperature rose too. You've heard it before but I'll say it again: Nova Scotia; Don't like the weather? Wait twenty minutes. It'll change.


Sacred Suzie said...

Oh that is the truest saying EVER! On the radio they said it was going to be a beautiful weekend. On the TV they said it's going to be cold and wet. Even the weather people are covering their butts because who knows what's really going to happen. It's weather insanity here, LOL. I think I just need to embrace the unpredictable nature that is Nova Scotia.

Sarah O. said...

Yes, I remember hearing a meteorologist on the radio say once that Nova Scotia has the most unpredictable weather in Canada - with the land breeze and the sea breeze meeting over us (not to mention the arctic pressure systems, etc.), they never have any idea how the systems will combine.

While I was tempted to think he was covering his butt, I think our weather confirms his defense.